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THE 1949 



RAINBOW 



PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS 



THE JUNIOR COLLEGE OF AUGUSTA 



THE ACADEMY OF RICHMOND COUNTY 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



DEDICATION 



A sincere affection and admiration for the man. coupled with a 
genuine respect fur the teacher, inspire our dedication of THE 
RAINBOW OF 1949 



to 



JOHN THOMAS HAINS 

Through the years of our association with this teacher and friend, 
we have looked t<> him for encouragement and understanding. He 

lias never failed us. We salute THE COLONEL! 




JOHN THOMAS HAINS 



FOREWORD 



The editorial staff has tried t>> capture the spirit of events of this 
school year in order to provide you with a volume to which you 
may turn later with pleasure. We have attempted t" carry oul 
several ideas relating to photographs and sketches which, we feel, 
are very pleasing. 

The work that has gone into this edition of the RAINBOW will 
be more than compensated for if you are reminded of enjoyable 
moments from vour life as a student. 



CONTENTS 

THE ADMINISTRATION 

THE FACULTY 

THE COLLEGE 

THE ACADEMY 

ROTC 

ATHLETICS 

FEATURES 

ACTIVITIES 

ARTS 

ADVERTISEMENTS 



THE TRUSTEES OF THE ACADEMY OF RICHMOND 



LANDON THOMAS 
JOSEPH B. CUMMINGS 
ROBERT WALTON 



BERRY FLEMING 
WARREN BOTHWELL 
E. C. B. DANFORTH, Jr. 



FERDINAND PHIXIZY 




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THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF RICHMOND COUNTY 



T. M. NICKLES, Presidenl 

W. F. BURTON 

MRS. FRED L. P< (WELL 

ROBT. J. WATSl 'X 

in >RRAH NOWELL, Jr. 

MRS. GEI )RI ;iANA LI >VETT 

BERT REED 

0. S. SATCHER 

F. J. PRITCHARD 

(i. ALBERT HUNTINGTON 

GEO. A. HUNTINGTON 

1. GLOVER CUSHMAN 



RUPERT \\ . LANGFORD 
Secretary of Board 
Superintendent of Schools 

\. BRIAN MERRY 
( ). o. McGAHEE 
HOGAN DUNAWAY 
CLAUDE E. SCONYERS 
ROBT. M. COLLINGS 
E. J. RICHARDS 
A. J. CARPENTER 
A. H. I1VRD 
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OFFICE PERSONNEL 

Miss Effie Neibling— Registrar 

Miss Sydney Sanders — Secretary 

Mrs. Billie F. Corbirt — Secretary 

Clarence E. Flanagan— Bookkeeper 

Mrs. Louis E. Harris— Dietician 



MRS. HARRIS 




THE 
PRESIDENT 



THE DEAN 



ANTON PAUL MARKERT 
B.S. in C.E.; MA. 




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Librarian 



LAWRENCE A. FOX. BA. 
Mechanical and Engineering Drawing 



THOMAS BAMFORD, B. Mus. 
Music 



G. LANGSTON BOLTON. B.S. 
Mathematics, Track Coach 



NORMAN L GALLOWAY. B.S.. MA. 
Economics 



O'NEAL W. CHAMBERS. B.S. 
General Science, Biology 



EUGENE M. CLARK, B.S. 
General Science. Mathmatics 



LUTHER ALFRED GRIFFIN. B.S.. M.S. 
Biology. Botany 



THOMAS HUDSON CLARY. A.B. 
Citizenship, History 



CHARLES GUY CORDLE. A.B.. MA. 
History 



JOHN THOMAS HA1NS. B.S. 
Mathematics 



ELROY DUPUIS. A.B.. M.A. 
English 



CHARLES M. ETHEREDGE, A.B. 
Mathematics 



MRS. M. WILLARD HALL, B.S. 
Commercial 



JOHN EVANS EUBANKS, A.B., A.M. 
Political Science, Latin 







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EUGENE M. HORNE, B.S.A. 
Agriculture 



CHARLES J. MORRISON, B.S. 
Mathematics 



GEORGE T. HOWARD, B.S., LL.B. 
Spanish 



THOMAS J. HUFFMAN, A.B., MA. 
History 



JOSEPH RUFUS MOSELEY, B.S., M.S. 
Mathematics 



GUY L. HURLBUTT, 
Biology 



FRANK C. INMAN, B.S.. M. Ed. 
Chemistry 



WILFRED T. NEILL, B.S. 
Botany, Zoology 



WILLIAM R. KENNEDY, 
Commercial 



GARNET T. LANGFORD, B.S. 
Mathematics 



JOSEPH JEFFERSON NIXON, A.B., A.M. 
English, History 



J. CURTIS LUCKEY, B.S. 
Mathematics 



WILLIAM L. MADEN, A.B., M.A. 
French 



AUBURN G. OWENS, A.B. 
English 



CHARLES HAROLD MTCHELL, A.B., M.A. 
English 





HARRY F. PARRISH. A.B. 
English 



MARQUIS L. PINKSTON, B.A., MA. 
Mathematics 



HENRY OSGOOD READ, PH. B., MA. 
English 



JOSEPH LECONTE TALLEY, B.S., M.S. 
Physics 



LOUIS REESE B.S. 
Vocational Training 



JOHN S. REISER, B.S., in Ch.E. 
Chemistry 



A. L. WILLIAMS, BA. 
English 



L. R. RICHARDSON, B.A., M.A. 
History, Citizenship 



ROY E. ROLLINS, A.B., M.A. 
Economics 



G. B. WILLIAMS, A.B., M.A. 
Mathematics 



GEORGE M. SCOTT, A.B., B. Litt.. M.A. 
English 



B. ROY SMITH, A.B. 
History 






CHESTER M. SUTTON. A.B., M.A. 
English 



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CLASS OFFICERS 



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PRESIDENT 



Billy Lange 




VICE - PRESIDENT 

Mary Anna Ogden 




SECRETARY 

Brian Merry 



TREASURER 

Ann Reese 



ROBERT A. ANDERSON 
DeMolay 1, Senior Counselor; 
Triangle 1 ; Vice-President 2. 



JAMES R. APPLING 



MARCELINE AVERY 



BOBBY H. ANSLEY 
Literary Society 1, 2, Presi- 
dent 1, 2; Rho Chi 2; Treas- 
urer; High honor 1, 2; Presi- 
dent 2- Phi Theta Kappa 2; 
Musketeer 2; Tennis Team 2; 
Manager 2. 



NORMAN EMORY 

ARRINGTON 
Literary Society 2. 




ROBERT M. BOULINEAU. Jr. 
Spanish Club, Vice-President 
1. 



MARIAN JOAN BRETT 



GEORGE F. BRANT 



JOHN E. CUMBEE 



JOAN RUTH BYRD 
Zeta Rho Sigma 1, 2 ; Liter- 
ary Society 1, 2. 



L. E. DORSEY 
Basketball 1, 2; DeMolay 1, 2; 
Triangle. 



SIDNEY L. FOSTER 



DABNEY C. GRAYBLLL 
Captain 1; Sabre Club lj 
Treasurer; Triangle 1- Honor 
1. 



WILLIAM H. FLEMING 
Sabre Club, Vice-Presiden 1. 
2; Chairman First and Second 
Military Balls; Lt. Colonel 1 ; 
Colonel 2; Student Council 1. 
2; President 1: High Honor 1. 
2; Phi Theta Kappa 2- Vale- 
dictorian 2. 



JAMES W. GARNER 




ELIZABETH HOFFMAN 
Rainbow, Business Manager; 
Literary- Society 1: Basketball 
1 ; Beauty Section 1, 2. 



LOIS HUFF 
Spanish Club 1; Rainbow 2. 



HOWARD JOLLES 
High Honor 1: Spanish Club 
1; Literary Society 1, 2; Chap- 
lain 2- Phi Theta Kappa 2. 



HELEN HOFFMAN 
Rainbow 1: Basketball 1: Lit- 
erary Society 1. 



ROBERT L. HUMPHRIES 
Honor 1; Rifle Team 1; Busi- 
ness Manager; Camera Club 
2. 



WILLIAM GORDY LANGE 
Triangle 1; Psi Phalanx 1, 
President 2; Class President 2; 
Student Council 2- Most Pop- 
alar 2. 



CONRAD W. McGAHEE 
Sabre Club 1, 2; Captain 1; 
Lt. Colonel 2 ; DeMolay, Jun- 
ioor Deaco 1; Senior Coun- 
cilor 2; Literary Society 1, 2; 
Rainbow. Managing Editor 2: 
Treasurer, First and Second 
Military Balls- Psi Phalanx 2. 



A. BRIAN MERRY 
Literary Society 2; Musketeer 
Staff 2; Rainbow Staff, As- 
sociate Editor 2 ; Most Versa- 
tile 2; Phi Theta Kappa, 2. 



HILDA LONG 
Honor 1; Basketball 1, 2. 



MARIAN LANSDELL 
METERE 
Zeta Rho Sigma 1, President 
2: Rainbow Staff 1, 2; Liter- 
ary Society 1, 2; Musketeer 
Staff 2. 








JOE NIXON 
Triangle 1; President 2- Rho 
Chi 2; DeMolay 1. 



PATRICIA ORVA 
O'CONNOR 
Literary Society 1; Secretary 
2 ; Zeta Rho Sigma 1; Vice- 
President 2; Rainbow 1; As- 
sociate Editor 1, Editor-in- 
Chief 2; Student Council 2- 
Secretary 2; Best Ail-Round 
2. 



DOROTHY PAULK 
Spanish Club 1; Band Major- 
ette 2. 



MARY ANNA OGDEN 
Literary Society 1, 2; Zeta 
Rho Sigma 1; Secretary 2; 
Class Vice-President 2; Phal- 
anx Sweetheart 2; Rainbow, 
Activities Editor 2; Most Pop- 
ular 2. 



ROBERT A. PARRISH 
Phalanx 2; DeMolay 1. 2. 



ERIC C. PRESLEY 



ROSA V. PROTHRO 



JACK REDDICK 
Phalanx 2; DeMolay 2. 



BARBARA THERESA PRICE 
Student Council 1; Rainbow 
2. 



ERNEST EVERS PUND, Jr. 
Student Council 1, 2; Sabre 
Club, Secretary 1, President 
2; Co-Chairman, First Annual 
Military Ball; Lt Colonel 1, 
2; Honor 1, 2. 




MARY ANN REESE 
Literary Society 1, 2- Rain- 
bow Staff. Associate Edieor 
2; Musketeer Staff 2: Student 
Council 1, 2; Class Treasurer 
2; Most Popular; Sponsor 2; 
Beauty Section 2. 



BOBBIE ANN ROBERTSON 
Transfer 2; Band Majorette 



JOSEPH E. SCOGGINS, Jr. 
Transfer 2- Basketball 2; Ten- 
nis Team 2. Captain. 



ROBERT L. RICHARDS 



DOROTHY MAY ROZIER 
Basketball 1, 2. 



PHIL SHAPIRO 
Literary Society 1, Vice-Pres- 
ident 2; Spanish Club 2; Bas- 
ketball 1, 2. 



MARITA SMITH 



EDNA E. SMOAK 
Zeta Rho Sigma 2; Rainbow 
Staff 1, Associate Editor 2; 
Literary Society 2; Band 1, 
2. 



RAY M. SIMS 
Phalanx 1, 2; Treasure 2. 



MARY V. SMITH 




M. M. STEPHENS 



JEAN THOMPSON 



CELESTE A. WALKER 



MARY VIRGINIA SUTTON 



B. F. TIMMERMAN 



CLASS PROPHECY 



TIME: 1960 

PLACE: HEN GATHERING AT THE HOME OF A FORMER MEMBER OF THE CLASS 
OF 1949. 

"Come in. How is the new manager of Bowen Brothers"? I always thought that yon would 
some day graduate from toys if you worked there long enough. Where is Frank? Oh, you left him 
at home. Pat will he here at any minute now. You know she has to pack Jack's lunch every day I [e 
is a radio mechanic now, and he works nine hours each day. I guess that you heard about Lib and 
Helen's double wedding. They have put Jimmy and Charles off all these years in order to become pro- 
fessional women basketball players. Have you read Conrad McGahee's new hook on "How to Get 
Along With Women"? lie starts off with the unpredictable nature of women and ends up with 
"How Not to Get Along With Redheads". . .Excuse me. There's the doorbell. It's only Sonny with 
the cleaning. Vou know he and Jackie finally i^. >t married, and he is now running I.uckcy's cleaners. 
(Thud) The paper, already? Well, let's sec what's news. Bobby Ansley is the new Independent 
Candidate fur Mayor of Augusta. 1 wish him all the luck in the world. He has had a hard time of it. 
He got disgusted with the Crackers for not providing fire extinguishers for the labs over at J.C.A., so 
lie deserted the party. And here's Bobby Parrish's picture. Well, what do you know? lie has been 
chosen "Sweetheart" of the Women's Temperance Union. I KiiiLT ) Sounds like Mary Anna. She 
was always so quiet and timid. Wouldn't just walk in like the rot of US. I wasn't expecting to sei 
her here so SOOn. She and Arthur have a farm out in the country, and the only way she can get in- 
to town is to ride their tractor, because Arthur think- that autos are an unnecessary luxury. Have you 
heard the scandal? It seems that I )r. William Fleming had t" Stop practicing. Ernest was in prac- 
tice with him and tried to keep him in hand, hut his efforts were all in vain. Hill asked all his women 
patients for dates and flirted outrageous!) with them. I wasn't surprised, however, because you re- 
member what a "Locker Lover" he was over at school. And. of course, you knew that Robert And- 
erson is half owner in the Georgia - Florida Railroad now. He says that lie and Ann are rearing their 
children to be railroad engineers. (Ring) Well, there's Edna. I hope- that -he didn't bring little 
Shealy with her. He makes more noise than all eight of my hoys. Marita won't he- aide' to get here 
since she i- in Panama at the time. She pilots Herbert all over the world. I wish that I could fly, 
hut llarrs -ays that I am reckless enough in my car much less in a plane. There is Lois out front. 
Wonder if Willlard brought Iter. Hear that -he had to take vcr\ good care of him. Vou know he 
has always been frail and could never take any exerei-e. I was hoping that we could all go to the lec- 
ture down at the auditorium, tonight. Luther Fulmer, who finally graudated from J t A, i- going to 
give a talk on "How to Behave in Class". After his speech, Inman Phillips and Dabney Graybill are 
going to lecture on "Chemical Laboratory Technique." Dabney is to demonstrate several experi- 
ments. I certainly hope the auditorium is fireproof. I think that Brian Merry is going to he an 
usher. IN or boy, he trie'- so hard to get ahead. I've tried to get him to help Joe Scoggins string 
tennis rackets, hut Brian says the job requires too much thought. It doesn't look as if any one else 
i- coming, SO let'- suggest to Edna to take us t" ride in her new fifteen seated "A" Model. She- 
made a lot of money when she traded in "Smoaky". I think that she sold if to some place that bought 
odd-shaped objects. Well, let's he off to Bill Lange's "Drive In and Eats" as he is giving a free concert 
i n his guitar in about twenty minute-. 

RECORDED BY ANN REESE 




FRESHMAN 



PRESIDENT 

Tolley Brinkley 




VICE - PRESIDENT 
Ann Goolsby 




SECRETARY 

Bert Harbin 




TREASURER 

Gilmer Sale 




MARY F. ARNETT 



JOE BAILEY 



BETTY GENE BALK 



LOIS BARTLEY 



RALPH I. BARTON 



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J. WILSON BOWICK 



WRAY BRINKLEY 




TOLLEY BRINKEY 



ROBERT C. BEATTIE 



LOUIS BECKUM 




ANN BURGAMY 




BERNARD BLACKSTONE 



WARREN T. BLANCHARD 



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MARY P. CARR 



BARBARA GENE BONNETTE 





OTIS CARTLEDGE 



BETTY COOK 



JAMES COOK 



BUDDY DEVANEY 



BETTY E. CHANDLER 



BETTY M. CHANDLER 



OMELIA CHUECA 



ELSIE E. COLLINS 



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CARL T. DARBY 




JUNE DOUGLAS 




RONALD F. GALLOWAY 




BILLY J. GARDNER 




BOBBY COOPER 



WILLIAM E. CROCKETT 



MAURICE GHINGOLD 




VIRGINIA C. GLEASON 



ANN GOOLSBY 



MARGARET A. GRIFFIN 



H. J. HOGAN 



HERBERT W. HAIR 



BERT HARBIN 



MARY E. HARDIN 



WILLIAM HARPER 



HORACE HARRELL 



LEON G. HELMLY 



DOT HENDERSON 




EDDIE HOWELL 



BILLY HUGHES 



ELEANOR JACKSON 




ANNE JAMISON 



SUZANNE LEVTNE 



RUTH MAY JOE 



JOHNNIE F. JOHNSON 




BETTY J. LEWIS 



ISAAC S. JOLLES 



LIBBY JONES 



BILLY LEWIS 



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CHARLES R. JONES 



MARY E. KELLY 




JAMES S. LIVINGSTON 



PAULA LAYNE 



CENELAZENBY 




BILL MADEN 



GERALD LEVY 



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KATHERINE L. MARRIOTT 



SKIPPY MOODY 




JOYCE MARTIN 



PEGGY MARTIN 



JOANNE NASON 




ANN McCLENDON 



EDGAR L. McDANIEL 



JACK NEWTON 



HERBERT McINTOSH 



WILLIAM McINTOSH 



ELOISE D. NIXON 



H. H McNAIR 



PEGGY MEADS 



GAIL OLIVER 



ADRA MILLER 





ANNE OTWELL 



MICKEY SATCHER 



JIMMIE POWELL 



DORIS PRIOR 



JEROME SAUL 



HUGH E. PUDOR 



PHYLLIS MARGARET RABUN 



ANN SAYER 



BILLY RAINES 



DON REYNOLDS 






MARY PATRICIA SIMONS 



WILLIAM R. RODGERS 



JIMMIE RUSHTON 




MIRIAM SISKIN 



GILMER SALE 




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PAUL E. SMITH 



T. MORRIS WARR 




ROBERT E. SMITH 



JAMIE W. SWAIN 





MARY A. THOMAS 



DOLORES WALL 



ELSIE WARREN 



ROBERT L. SYMMS 



J. BERNARD TANENBAUM 



NELL WESTBROOK 



WILLARD WEEKS 



DOUGLAS R. WALTERS 



FRANKIE G. WALTON 



CURTIS E. WHALEY 



ANNE WARR 




ANNE WHATLEY 



ROBERT H. WH1TAKER 



PHILLIP WONG 



EDWARD M. WRIGHT 




MARY WHITAKER 



LUKE A. WILLIAMS 



BILLY WOODWARD 



ROBERT A. YOUNG 




SKIPPY 




NATURE BOY 




BEHIND THE SCENES 




THE NECK 






INSIDE STUFF 



PERSONALITIES 




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SENIOR 

CLASS OFFICERS 



PRESIDENT 

Gaines Huguley 





VICE - PRESIDENT 

Derwent Langley 



SECRETARY 

Bobby Boggott 







TREASURER 

Russell Hair 



LANDON THOMAS 

ALDRIDGE 

Band 2. 3, 4; D.C.T. Club 3, 4. 



GEORGE CLIFFORD BAIRD 
Cadet Hi-Y 3, 4- Beta Club 3, 
4; High Honor 2; Honor 3; 
Rifle Team 4. 



RONNTE S. BARKSDALE 
Literary Society 1; Prize 
Company 1, Sergeant 1; Acad- 
emy Hi-Y 3. 4, 5; Varsity 
Club 4, 5 ; Lieutenant 4; merit 
bar 3- Football 3; Basketball 
Manager 4; Sabre Club 4; 
Musketeer Staff 4. 



ROBERT TAYLOR 
BAGGOTT. Jr. 
Cadet Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 
2, Vice-President 4; Sabre 
Club 4; Sergeant 1; Lieuten- 
ant 4: Class Vice-President 
2, Secretary 3, 4 ; B Varsity 
Football 3; B Varsity Basket- 
ball 3- A Varsity Football 4; 
A Varsity Basketball 4; Prize 
Company 2; Literary Society 
1. 



ROBERT T. BAKER 
Sergeant 1: Prize Company 2, 
3; Prize Platoon 3; Leader, 
Prize Squad 3 ; Company 
Commander 4; Merit Bar 4; 
Sabre Club 4- Academy Hi- 
Y 3, Vice-President 4; B-Var- 
sity Basketball 3. 




TRAVIS STANLEY BARNES 
Literary Society 3; Sergeant 



JOSEPH S. BAYNARD 
Honor 2: Prize Company 2. 3: 
Prize Platoon 3: Merit Bars 2, 
3. 



BOBBY C. BECK 
Band 2. 5 ; Prize Company 3; 
Sergeant 3; D.C.T. Club 4, 5. 



JOHN M. BARROW 



JAMES CONRAD BEATSE 
Sergeant 1. 2, 3- Honor 2: 
Prize Company 1. 2, 3: Prize 
Platoon 3: D.C.T. Club 4: 
Merit Bar 2. 



BENJAMIN MARION 
BENSON 
DeMolay 3, 4; Sabre Club 3, 
4; Captain 3. 4; Band 1. 2. 3. 
i- D.C.T. Club, Treasurer; 
State Champion Baton Twirl- 
er 3. 4: Outstanding Cndet 
Medal 3; Band Medals 1. 2, 3. 
4; Drum Major 2, 3. 4; Eand 
Letters 2, 3, 4. 



WESLEY E. BONZO 
Swimming Team 2, 3, 4; Lit- 
erary Society 1; Sergeant 2, 
3; All GIAA 200 yds.- Prize 
Company 3. 



GENE T. BOWMAN 
Corporal 1; Sergeant 2; Lieu- 
tenant 4; D.C.T. Club 3; Rich 
mond Hi-Y 3, 4; Chaplain 4 
DeMolay 4- "A" Football 3 
Track Team 3; "C" Coach 4 
Musketeer 4. 



ELDRED S. BONHAM 
Literary Society 2. 



J. WILSON BOWICK 




WILLIAM J. BRANAN. Jr. WILLIAM W. BRANDON 




STEVE E. BRETT 


High Honor 1; Honor 2. 3; Academy Hi-Y 3; Sergeant 3. 




Prir.e Platoon 1. 3; Prize Com- 


Corporal 1; Sergeant 2. 3: 




pany 1; Sergeant 1, 3: Corp- 


Prize Company 1. 2: Beta 




oral 2; Literary Society 2. 3 


Club 3. 4- Treasurer 4. 






WALTER E. 


E. NEAL BRAUN 




BRANDENBURG 


Sergeant 4. 




DeMolay 4: Prize Platoon 3: 






Prize Company 1. 2. 3; Corp- 






oral 1; Sergeant 3. 4- Cadet 






Hi-Y 2: Glee Club 1. 2. 







WILSON J. BRYAN, Jr. 
Prize Company 1, 2, 3; Hon- 
or 2. 



P. J. CALAMAS 
Corporal 1; Sergeant 2; Cap- 
tain 4; Sabre Club 4: "B" Var- 
sity 1, 2; Musketeer 4. 



CHARLES E. CARTER 
Sergeant 1, 3- Prize Company 
1, 3; Captain 5; Richmond Hi- 
Y, 2, 3, 4, resident 5; Literary 
Society 1; Swimming Team 3, 
5; Sabre Club 5: Musketeer 5. 



E. R. BUSH 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Band Letter 
2, 3- Musketeer 4; Corporal 1; 
Sergeant 3, 4. 



CARLTON 
THADDEUS MACK 





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REGINALD CARTLEDGE 
Honor 2; High Honor 3. 



CLARENCE 
CHAMBERLAIN 



HENRY J. COOK 
Band 1. 2. 3. 4: D.C.T Club 1. 



EDWARD H. CAWLEY 
Sergeant 3; Company Com- 
mander 4; Sabre Club 4: De- 
Molay 4; D.C.T. Club 3, 4. 



RICHARD S. 
CHEESBOROUGH 
Honor 1, 3; High Honor 2- 
Prize Company 1, 2: Beta 
Club, Secretary 4: Rifle Team 
4. 



WILLIAM L. CORLEY 
Honor 1, 2: Prize Company 2; 
Merit Bar 2. 3: DeMolay 4. 



EARL DAVIS 
"B" Football 2; "A" Football 
3. 



WILLIAM A. DOZIER 
Transfer 3- Band 3, 4; Beta 
Club 3, 4; High Honor 3. 



LEONARD LEROY COTTS 
High Honor 1, 2, 3: Literary 
Society, Vice - President 1; 
Beta Club 2, 3. 4; Rainbow 3: 
Editor-in-Chief 4: Prize Com- 
pany 1. 2: Literary Society 2. 
3. 



JAMES M. DICKS 
Literary Society 1- Track 3; 
Sergeant 4. 




WILLIAM EARNEST 
DREW. Jr. 
Prize Platoon 1. 2. 3. 4: De- 
Molay 4; Cadet Hi-Y 3. 4. 5; 
"B" Football 3: "A" Football 
4. 








RICHARD B. EDWARDS 
Sergeant 2: Lieutenant 3. 4: 
Hi-Y 2, 3. 4. President 4: Class 
President 2, 3- Student Coun- 
cil 1, 2. 3.. 4: "B" Football 3. 






WALTER SHELTON 
EUBANKS, Jr. 
Prize Company 1; D.C.T. Club 
5; Musketeer 3. 




WILLIAM E. DYE 
Honor 2; FJ.A. 1, 2. 




GERALD E. 


EHRLICH 





EMORY W. FARR 



RODGERS FEESE 
Cadet Hi-Y 3, 4; Secretary 4; 
Sergeant 3; Lieutenant 4- "A" 
Football 4. 



PAUL H. GREER 
"B" Basketball 3; "B" Foot- 
ball 4; Cadet Hi-Y 3. 



MARION F. FARR 
Color Guard 4. 



GUY FREEMAN, Jr. 
"B" Basketball 3: "A" Foot- 
ball 4; Sergesnt 4. 




v ' \ 

SAM E. GHEESUNG 



IRVIN LEROY GHTTER 
Beta Club 3, 4; High Honor 1; 
Honor 2. 3- Rainbow 4. 



CLAUDE A. ( '.RAYBILL 
Honor 1. 2: Richmond Hi-Y 
2. 3. 4 :Sergeant 3, 4: "A'" 
Football 4. 



NEIL GHINGOLD 
Literary Society 2; Sergeant 
3; Prize Company 1, 2; Prize 
Platoon 2: Best Cadet 1. 



BURUM W. GRAMMER 
High Honor 1- Honor 2; Prize 
Platoon 1; Sergeant 3. 



J. C. GUILL 



H. RUSSELL HAIR 
High Honor 1; Class Secre- 
tary 2; Treasurer 4; Richmond 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Chaplain 3; De- 
Molay 3, 4: "B" Football 3- 
Gold "R" Society 4; Rainbow 
4; Sergeant 1, 2; Lieutenant 
4; Prize Company 2; Prize 
Platoon 1. 



ROBERT SIMPSON 

HAYNIE 

Sergeant 1, 2; DeMolay 3. 



R A. GUILLEBEAU 
Student Council 5. 



LLOYD B. HAVIRD 
Rifle Team 3, President 4- 
Sabre Club 4; Richmond Hi-Y 
Vice-President 4; Musketeer 
4: Rainbow 3, 4; Sergeant 3; 
Lieutenant 4; Merit Bar 2. 




J. D. HERRINGTON 
Sergeant 3, 4. 



FLOYD ( j. HOWARD 
Prize Company 2, 3. 



MELT, J. HOPKINS 
Prize Platoon 1, 2; Sergeant 
3; Company Commander 4: 
Sabre Club 4; Honor 2. 



ROBERT M. HUNTER 
"B" Fooball 3. 4; "B" Basket- 
bayy 2, 3- Track Manager 3; 
"A" Football 5. 



W. GAINES HUGULEY 
Class Vice-President 3; Presi- 
dent 4: Cadet Hi-Y 2. 3, 4 
Sabre Club 4- Sergeant 2. 3 
Captain 4;; "B" Football; "B' 
Basketball 2; "A" Football 3 
4; "A" Basketball 3, 4; "Var- 
sity Club" 3, 4. 



CHARLES E. IVEY 



DOUGLAS E. KEMP 
Prize Company 1; Honor 1, 2, 
4- Sergeant 3, First 4; Prize 
Squad 2; Merit Bars 3, 4. 



W. LAMAR 



RICHARD J. KELLY 
Highest Honor 1, 2, 3; Class 
President 1; Literary Society, 
President 1; Class Treasurer 
2 ; George Traylor Memorial 
Medal 2; Beta Club 2, Vice- 
President 3; President Rich- 
mond Hi-Y 3. Secretary 4- 
Rainbow, Associate Editor 3. 



THOMAS M. KNOTTS 




DERWENT LANGLEY 



WALTER LUM 
Sergeant 3; Lieutenant 4. 



l. Mcdonald 



ROBERT A. LEE 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Sergeant 2, 
5; D.C.T. Club 3, 4; Track 4; 
All State Band 3. 4, 5. 



GENE D. MARKS 
High Honor 1. 2, 3 ; Golf Team 
2, 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; 
Cadet Hi-Y 2, 3, 4- Captain 4; 
Sabre Club 4. 



A. S. McGAHEE 



ROBERT M. MELTON 



T. MOBLEY 



ROBERT L. McGEE 
Transfer 4; "A" Football 4: 
Musketeer 4; "A" Basketball 
4. 



ROGER W. MILLER 
Rifle Team 3, 4; Sabre Club 
4 ; Sergeant 3; Richmond Hi- 
Y 4; Lieutenant 4. 




WILLIAM B. MULLINS 
High Honor 2. 



PAUL W. MURHEY 
Honor 2. 3- DeMolay 2. 3, 4; 
Cadet Hi-Y 3. 4; Student 
Council 2; Sergeant. First 3; 
Lieutenant 3; Captain 4 ; 
Band 1, 2, 3. 



JAMES LEWIS NEWSOME 



JACK FRANKLIN MURPHY 
Band 2. 3, 4; Music Scholar- 
ship 4: Band Letter 2, 3, 4. 



CHARLES HUGH 

NEELANDS 

Track 3, 4- "A" Football 4. 



BARNEY H. NOBLES 



JAMES ELSWORTH 
O'DANIEL 
Honor 1; Cadet Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; 
Sergeant, Master 3- Captain, 
4; Letters, "B" Basketball 3; 
"B" Football 3; "A" Basket- 
ball 3, 4; "A" Football 4. 



ROBERT I. PADGETT 
Rainbow 2, 3- Sergeant 2, 3; 
Lieutenant 4; D.C.T. Club 3, 
4; DeMolay 4; Sabre Club 4; 
Captain 4. 



JAMES F. NORVELL 
Honor 1; Sergeant 1; High 
Honor 2; Cadet Hi-Y 2- "C" 
Basketball 2; Sergeant, First 
3 ; Golf Team 3, 4; Lieutenant 
4; Prize Company 2, 3; Sabre 
Club 4. 



HERMAN J. OELLERICH 
Honors 1. 2, 3; Best Drilled 
Freshman 1- Sergeant 1, 2; 
Merit Bars 2, 3; "B" Football 
2, 3; "B" Basketball 3; Foot- 
ball Manager 4; Commander, 
Prize Squad 2; Commander, 
Best Freshman Company 3, 
Cadet Hi-Y, President 2, 
Treasurer 3, Vice-President 
4; Lieutenant 3; Captain 4- 
Major 4; Sabre Club 3, 4 ; V. 
F.W. Sabre 3; Scruggs Sabre 
4; Rainbow 4; Musketeer 4- 
Track 4; Gold "R" Society 4. 



*» "?k r*i i ^^ 




RONALD EDWARD 
PARRISH 
Sergeant 1, 3; Honor 2; Lieu- 
tenant 4; Football 4. 



JAMES BRANSFORD 

PENDER 

Musketeer 3. 



RICHARD SEYMOUR 

PINDER 

Honor 2, 3 ; Sergeant, First 3: 

DeMolay 4; Lieutenant 4- 

Sabre Club 4. 



WILLIAM NARAMORE 

PARSONS 

High Honor 1; Honor 2, 3; 

Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Golf Team 

3,4. 



JAMES WALKER PENLAND 
DeMolay 3; Captain 4; Serg- 
eant 3. 



CHARLES A. PIPPIN 
DeMolay 4 ; Swimming Team 
4- Musketeer 4; Prize Com- 
pany 3; Prize Squad 2. 



RANDOLPH EDWARD 
PRESCOTT 



ELLIOTT LAMAR PORTER 
Honor 2; Band Letter 2- Cadet 
Hi-Y2. 





JAMES E. PYLE 




Major 4; Sabre Club 4; Track 




3, 4; Captain 4; Lieutenant 3. 


ER CLEON PRICE 




D.C.T. Club 4. 






ROBERT HENRY REED 



CHARLES L REID 
D.C.T. Club 3. 4. 



E. RIVERS 



JAMES E. REESE 
Beta Club 2; Beta Club A- 
chievement Award 2. 



R E. RHODES 
"B" Football 3; D.C.T. Club 
4; Corporal 1. 



MELVIN B. ROBERTS 
Sergeant 3; Corporal 4. 



RAYMOND THOMAS RUFO 
Sergeant 4; Band 2. 



PERCY MYNOR SPEARS 
Track 2, 3; Sergeant 3. 



WALTER H. ROSE 
Literary Society 1- Sergeant 
3; Track 3, 4 ; Beta Club 4. 



ROBERT M. SCOTT 




JOHN O. SMITH, Jr. 
"B" Football 4; Sergeant 4. 



ROY M. STILL. Jr 



LEROY N. SUDDATH, Jr. 
Transfer 3; Academy Hi-Y 3, 
4: Varsity Club 3, 4; Sabre 
Club 4; Captain 4- Basketball 
3, 4 ; All-Regional, 2nd Tesm 
3. 



JAMES W. SMITH 
Sergeant 2, 3, First 4; Prize 
Company 2, 3; D.C.T. Club 3, 
4; F.F.A. 1. 



HARVEY L. STIREWALT 
Prize Company 1, 2; Sergeant 
1, 2, 3; Lieutenant 4- Basket- 
ball 3, 4; Academy Hi-Y 3, 4. 



GEORGE T. SUMNER 
Prize squad 1; Prize platoon; 
Prize company 3 ; Sergeant 2, 
3,4. 



WILLIAM W. THOMPSON 
Transfer 3; Academy Hi-Y 3; 
Sergeant 3; Lieutenant 4; 
Sabre Club 4- Prize company 
3; Prize platoon 3. 



ALBERT VERDERY, Jr. 
Musketeer 4; "B" football 3. 



JOSEPH LECONTE 
TALLEY. Jr. 
Honor 1, 2; Sergeant 3 ; Prize 
company 2: Prize platoon 2; 
Lieutenant 4: Cadet Hi-Y 3, 
4: Sabre Club 4. 



CHARLES M. TUTEN. Jr. 
Transfer 3. 



W P (B 




JOHN DANIEL VOSS 
Transfer 3- Musketeer 4; 
Rainbow 4; Photography Club 
4; Color Guard 4; Sergeant 4. 



H. M. WALKER 



RICHARD WEATHERS 



BOBBY WALKER 
"B" football 1: "A" football 2, 
3, 4: Academy Hi-Y 4; Var- 
sity Club 3, 4; Musketeer 4. 



CLIFFORD T. WEATHERS 
"A" football 4. 



RALPH WONG 
Sergeant 4. 



GEORGE C. WRIGHT RICHARD E. 

Musketeer 4; Corporal 1- Ser- YOUNGBLOOD 

geant 2, 3; Class Vice-Presi- "B" football 1; F.FA. 1. 2, 3. 

dent 2. 4. 



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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE 

CLASS OF 1949 

We, the class of '49, hereby will and bequeath to our younger schoolmates a portion of our experience, 
fame, and knowledge. Having taken all sorts of praise and honors for our outstanding work, we do 
sincerely hope that you. our emulators, will do the same. Thus we hereby state and produce this 
manifesto as our last will and testament. 

1. Gaines Huguley leaves his regards to Rodgers Feese who. due to circumstances beyond his con- 
trol, can not be with us as planned. 

2. Bobby Walker leaves one full lunch basket to l'.ilbo Chance with the hope that he will not be hun- 
gry on his trips around the track. 

3. To Joel Cohen, Leonard Cotts leaves the distinction of being the only red head in the graduating 
class. 

4. Bobby Home, leaves to George Wright one case of Home's Hash in order that he may lie built up. 

5. Steve Brett, leaves bis remaining hours in detention hall hall t<> any good junior who is willing to 
take them. 

6. To Nath Hayes. Claud Graybill leaves hi- ability t' make A pluses ami to get along with Mr. How- 
ard. 

7. Reginald Cartledge leaves to Righton Robertson his ability to act like a monkey and badger Mr. 
Scott In the point of exhaustion. 

S. Fleming Norvell leave- hi- laugh to Butch Mulherin so that he may keep next year'- physics class 
awake. 

9. Dink Hensley leaves his ability to get along with Major Vivian to Wade Saxon. 

10. To Jack Hall. Richard Weather- lease- his famous title "Wee Wee" in order that he may become 
belter kn iwn in the world. 

11 11. Gene Marks laves his golfing skill to Larry McCreary with the hope that he will win the 

Ma-ter's next year. 

12. Lloyd Havird leases ten said- i f cloth (,, Ti mm) Sander- ssith the hope that he will base a 
pair of pant- made to fit him. 

13. Jimmy Murphy leases his military ahilits to ilarrs Sherman so that he may head the Corps of 
Cadets next year. 

14. To Jimmy Harrison, Jimmy O'Daniel lease- the speed and agility which are so necessary for all 

great athletes. 

15. Jimmy Pyle lease- Jimmy Boatwright his rank of major so that he won't base to carry a rifle next 
year. 

16. LeConte Tallej leas es hi- shiny ncss limousin • t i anyone stn ng enough to push it. 

17. Stewart Wiggins lease- his profound sympathy to next seat'.- commander of the fir>t platoon, 
Co. < 

18. Richard Edwards and Herman i lellerich pass on to Billy Evans and Herbert Elliott their way with 
the fairer sex. which was given to them by Jimmy Lester and I lick lone-, ssith the hope that before long 
someone ss ill be able to usi it. 

19. To Angus Wilson, Bobby Baggott leaves his athletic ability in order that he may win the state 

track meet next year. 

20. LeRoy Suddath lease- his all-GIAA tie pin to Tommy Herndon SO that he may look sharp at all 
times. 

21. Emory Farr leaves his good eyes to some blind eighth grader ssith the hope that he may be an 
honor student. 

22. Morris Scott leaves his uniform to "Edo" Douglass, hoping that it will fit well. 

2i. I. Elliott Porter, leave my ability as a "prof" to Gene Kelly for next year's 'Stunt Night'". 

24. Bill Branan and Bill Corley leave Mr. Talley one copy of Esquire so that he may be able to keep 
his classes awake. 



CLASS PROPHECY 



Time: 1959 A. D. 

Place : Talmadgeville, New York (a carnival on the outskirts of town) 

Scene : A slightly freakish man trying to — 



"Come one, come all, to the greatest 1 
Hootchie Kootchie, see the great show for 

how about buying a , well, well, if it is 

Haven't seen you in a coon's age, ten years 
picture of sunshine. What have I been d 
dope, I started peddling the stuff; yep, se' 
es are my best customers, now. I'm just \\ 
the carnival. Well, for you I will close m 
your face ; we are closing. 






'.e Mudface Minnie do the 
s, you with the bright nose, 
is everything with you ? 
i look well and healthy, the 
'e always been known as the 
Those Hollywood actress- 
winter. So you want to see 
anyhow. Hey Minnie, wash 



Say, Gaines, do you remember old Jim (always wanted to get an in- 

vitation to the Masters Tournament. W ar. Playing? Oh no. he is 

chief caddy. Gene Marks is his assistant ana is in cnarge ot vi ip..- iff the balls. Emory Farr has 
taken over Al Capone's gang. I always told you he was a shrewd operator. They say he got his start 
in the criminal racket at the old Richmond Academy, on Monday nights. Yep, he always got a good 
price for those magazines. That show over there, that's the dog man act. Thaddeus McCarlton. is 
the dog man. He walks, he talks, he crawls on his belly like a reptile! You ask how he got such a 
fine position ? He always did wag his tail at school you know. Remember old Bob Walker? He 
is working for the Alcatraz Fur Company selling mole skins. Yep. come to think of it he does remind 
me of one of those animals. Remember Mr. Basketball, Leroy Suddath? He is now working his 
way through Kentucky, still trying to win a tie for his tie clasp. I just saw in the paper where Mor- 
ris Scott and Neil Ghingold will meet in a 30 round boxing match at Madison Square Deal. Those 
promoters sure can match them fighters evenly. Jimmy Stewart works with the United States Park 
Commission setting up parallel bars. Give me some more of that benzedrine to smoke in this pipe. 
Did you hear about Herman "Glamour Boy" Oellerich? He went broke trying to make the grade in 
the U. S. Army and had to pawn all those medals he got. He always was a smart boy. Steve Brett 
just got out of Sing Sing last month for picking pockets on the Waterfront off drunk sailors. He's now 
got himself the position of shining shoes at Sapp's Barber Shop. "Rod" Feese. the boy with the beau- 
tiful bridgework is now modeling for Ipana Tooth Paste. Bob Baggott is collecting garbage in 
Xorth Augusta with the assistance of Paul Greer and Bill Drew. He always did look good with a 
garbage can under his arm. Yep. he could have modeled as the man of did-stink-tion. What ever 
happened to Ronny Barksdale? So' he is now with the Alcoholics Anonymous. He is their chief 
specimen. One look at him and alcoholics quit drinking for life. Old Gerald Ehrlich and Wesley 
Bonzo have changed their first names to Alvin. Quit smoking all that Benzedrine, you sure are hog- 
gish. Who is that human monkey over on the Midway jumping all around? You say that's Reggie 
Cartledge? He always acted like he came from the process of evolution. Old Scott Baynard is now 
singing at Carnegie Hall, and Le Conte Tally is teaching Physics at the University of Georgia. 
I lid you hear about Richard Weathers making the all Southern Basketball team? It took him a 
little over 16 years to do it. He always did pull thru that b.iy. Remember Richard "A-plus" Kelly, 
lie went to < )xford but couldn't earn but one unit in 8 years. He's now playing fullback for a pro 
football team. Hugh Xeelands is working in this carnival; he is on that trapeze over there. Russell 
Hair, the boy that drove such funny cars, is now working at the Indianapolis Speedway. That 
boy could always sell a nickel drink. "Dink" Hensley is acting in Richard Edward's new Broadway 
play. An important part. Nope, he is used to imitating horses. Give me a package of morphine to 
take home. Claude Graybill and Xat Hayes are operating a Woman's Missionary on San Francisco's 
west coast. Claude always could deliver a good sermon. Well. Gaines, it sure was nice seeing you 
again after all these years. 

A sad dope fiend walks slowly back to his show shouting: "Come one. come all to the greatest 
show on the Midway and see all the freaks" just for one thin dime, one tenth of a dollar". 



By Leonard Cotts 
Censored by Bob Baggott 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




SHERMAN 



JAMES 



HERNDON 



PRESIDENT 
VICE-PRESIDENT _ 
SECRETARY - 
TREASURER 
STUDENT COUNCIL 



CHICK JAMES 

TOMMY HERNDON 

BILLY MAXWELL 

HARRY SHERMAN 

GENE KELLY 

RICHARD WEATHERS 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICER! 




HARELIK 



HAYES 



KING 



PRESIDENT 



VICE-PRESIDENT 

SECRETARY 

TREASURER 



STUDENT COUNCIL 



.-.EDWIN DOUGLAS 



NATHANIEL HAYES 
DONALD KING 



.EDWIN HARELIK 



RICHARD BALKCUM 
BRAD BENNETT 



EIGHTH GRADE CLASS OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT _ JOHNNY RlERGER 

VICE-PRESIDENT . HARRY ARTHUR 

SECRETARY PAUL RUFO 

TREASURER _ GEORGE SHORT 

STUDENT COUNCIL, RICHARD TUDOR 

JIMMY RAINES 



CLASS OF 195 




Adams, Robert 
Amerson, James 
Anderson. Bert C. 
Archer. David R. 
Nabbitt, Frank 
Baggott. Eugene 
Balk. Thomas M. 
Banks, Bobby 
Barfield, Troy 
Barinowski. Clarence T. 
Barrow, Richard 
Bennett, Archie 
Benson, Otis 
Berry, William 
Boardman, Lonnie F. 
Bostwright, James 
Bodie, John 
Bolton. Earl 
Bostick, Gary M. 
Bowick, Louis A. 
Bradford, Nathaniel 
Brantley. Ozie W. 
Bridges, Robert F. 
Broadwater. William H. 
Burch, James Dwight 



Burch. Harold W. 
Burgamy, Burt D. 
Cadle. James W. 
Carlton. Thad M. 
Cason. Webster 
Cawley. Ed. H. 
Chance, Fred 
Chavous, Henry 
Cheeks, Donald 
Cliatt. Walter 
Cloud, James 
Cohen, Joel 
Cook, John L. 
Cooper, Leconte V. 
Cooper. Claude M. 
Cordell, Bill K. 
Davis. Wm. M. 
Davis. Kenneth 
Deal, Chas. M. 
Deas. William 
Douglas. Ed L. 
DuBose. B. H. 
Dyches, R. D. 
Ebbetts. Charles C. 
Edenfield, Maurice 



Elliott. S. H. 
Evans, William H. 
Faulk, Chas. R. 
Fender, Richard H. 
Flythe, James B. 
Foster, Dennis P. 
Fouch, S. A. 
Gauldin. H. I 
Gay, W. W. 
Gibbs. I. P. 
Glisson, A. 
Gore, C. T. 
Griffin, R. E. 
Groover, E. D. 
Hardaway, J. D. 
Hall, D. P. 
Harrell. H. L. 
Harrison. J. C. 
Havron, J. B. 
Hawk, M. E. 
Heath, H. C. 
Heath, T. W. 
Hedrick. K. E. 
Hendricks, D. D. 
Hensley, O. C. 



Herndon. T. H. 
Hickson, E. G. 
Higgenbotham, R. T. 
Higgenbotham, P. F. 
Hill. William M. 
Holland, R. A. 
Hoover, J. M. 
Hundley, W. A. 
Hughes, R. C. 
Hunter. J. D. 
Huntley, R. D. 
Huyck. A. W. 
Irby, R. G. 
Joe, H. P. 
James, C. L. 
Jarrett, C. E. 
Jester, R. E. 
Johns, R. 
Johnson. J. M. 
Johnson, G. C. 
Jones, J. J. 
Jones, J. W. 
Kuglar, E. C. 
Kelly, G. M. 
Kelly, G. W. 
Krolicki, Walter J. 



Lanier, H. L. 
Lamar, W. W. 
Langley, J. 
Layton, James 
Lewis, Bobby G. 
Logan, J. A. 
Leonard, M. P. 
Long. B. A. 
Lutes, Christopher A. 
Martin, J. H. 
MacMurphy, C. B. 
Marsh, Tom M. 
Mathews, Phillip R. 
Mathews, Eugene W. 
Mathis, Ted artwell 
Maxwell, W. T. 
May, Jack M. 
Meadows, Walter 
Miller, Richard L. 
Mitchell, George H. 
Mitchell, James E. 
Mulherin, Anthony T. 
McDaniel, Marion F. 
McDonald, Carlton E. 



McLean, Perry G. 
Nelson, Charles E. 
Nelson, Eamuel F. 
Nelson, Wm. B. 
Newman, Jimmy H. 
Ogden, Lynn L. 
Otwell, Verdery 
Owens, J. C. 
Patrick, James E. 
Perm, Jimmy 
Pennington, Benny 
Phillips, Jack 
Philpot, Wm. K. 
Playford, David L. 
Pollock, James F. 
Poteet, James E. 
Powell, Earnest, Jr. 
Powell, Robert H. 
Reese, J. G. 
Reid, Theo. M. 
Rivers, Harold 
Robertson, J. R. 
Rodgers, Jackie A. 
Rollins, Frank 



Rowe, M. R. 
Sanders, G. D. 
Saxon. Howell 
Scoggins, James H 
Scoggins, Wm. R. 
Scott, Walter A. 
Sears, Marvin 
Sheftall, Geo. T. 
Sherman. Harry 
SherrUl, N. W. 
Simkins, R. H. 
Simmons, Lawson P. 
Simon, L. S. 
Simon, P. S. 
Simon, Thos. C. 
Smith, Donald R. 
Smith, Marion S. 
Smith, Wm. L. 
Steinberg, S. P. 
Stevens, John 
Stewart. Clarence M. 
Tarpley, Herbert M. 
Terrell, Ravenel W. 
Thomas, Chas. N. 



Thomas, G. W. 
Thompson, Thurston A. 
Timmerman, Howard B. 
Tudor, Robert L. 
Tuten. Arthur A. 
Walker, Lawrence B. 
Walters, F. L. 
Walton, Paul A. 
Weathers, Richard C. 
Welch, Donald J. 
Whatley, O. B. 
Wheatley, Thomas W. 
Whittle, Johnny E. 
Wiggins, Stewart 
Willis. Joseph T. 
Willis, Russell C. 
Wong, Jack 
Wong, Larry 
Woo. Robert 
Woodward, Ernest L. 
Wren, William C. 
Wright, Geo. C. 
Young. Edward L. 




CLASS OF 1951 




Adams, H. F. 
Adams. R. W. 
Adkins, Charles 
Agerton, J. A. 
Alford. S. T. 
Allen, E. C. 
Anderson. H. J. 
Anderson. R. L. 
Anderson. R. A. 
Anderson. H. T. 
Armstrong. J. L. 
Arndt, H. C. 
Asbell. R. H. 
Asheley. B. R. 
Atkins, G. B. 
Babbitt, E. L. 
Bagby. Carl F. 
Bailie. W. G. 
Baker, D. O. 
Balkcum, R. L. 
Barnes. W. R. 
Barnes, David N. 
Barrett, R. D. 
Bean. F. G. 
Gell, D. B. 
Bennett. B. J. 
Berry. D. A. 
Betts, B. J. 
Betts, Hugh 
Black. R. E. 



Blackstone. J. D. 
Bhnchard, O. C. 
Bland, W. C. 
Bloodworth. M. H. 
Border. K. L. 
Boltin. H. G. 
Boose. E. W. 
Boyd, E. L. 
Boyd, M. E. 
Braun, K. R. 
Brandon. E. W. 
Bridges, J. L. 
Browning, R. L. 
Broxton, George 
Buck, T. F. 
Bugg. J. R. 
Cadle, B. S. 
Cameron, A. W. 
Cameron. J. H. 
Canady, Verroy 
Cam, W. C. 
Carry. H. V. 
Carson, John 
Carter, D. F. 
Cawley, J. K. 
Carter, Lawrence 
Chamberlain, D. L. 
Chavel. R. E. 
Cheeseborugh, F. W. 
Cholakis, P. C. 



Clsrk. C. H. 
Clark. A. L. 
Clyde, T. E. 
Coates, T. R. 
Cobb. C. H. 
Cochran. B. O. 
Cohen, A. M. 
Cole. Robert 
Cook, Charles 
Cook, W. C. 
Daniel. C. J. 
Davis, C. E. 
Davis. L. M. 
Dorn. Stanley E. 
Douglass, E. L. 
Douglass, T. G. 
Dudley. R. C. 
Duncan. T. O, 
Dunn. S. C. 
Dye. W. N. 
Edwards, R. E. 
Eidson. E. T 
Elliott. B. L. 
Entwistle, D. A. 
Eubanks. B. G. 
Fisher, R. C. 
Fitzgerald, R. E. 
Fleming, F. W. 
Flythe, S. S. 
Ford. D. R. 



Ford, R. K. 
Forrester, Richard 
Fulcher. B. M. 
Gay, T. K. 
Gibbs. R. W. 
Gobson, H. F. 
Gillion. J. P. 
Gin, R. E. 
Glover, J. C. 
Goodwin, J. L. 
Goodwin, Thorms 
Gray, A. E. 
Greenblatt. Nathaniel 
Green, F. C. 
Grimsley. W. A. 
Hair, P. G. 
Hall. J. S. 
Hancock. J. W. 
Hardin, F. M. 
Hardy, H. F. 
Harelik. A. E. 
Harmon, E. J. 
Hatcher. J. P. 
Hayes. Nath 
Hemrick. W. T. 
Hensley. J. E. 
Hewitt. C. K. 
Hill, E. T. 
Hitt, B. W. 



Hixon, R. L. 
Hobson, R. H. 
Hodges, J. C. 
Holden, J. W. 
Home, R. T. 
Howard. H. G. 
Huff. L. D. 
Huff. R. G. 
Hughes, J, S. 
Hurt, A. E. 
Huson, G. G. 
Ivey. Darnelle 
Jeffcoat. L. V. 
Joe. Willis 
Johnson. J. S. 
Jones, J. G. 
Jones, A. R. 
Jones, B. C. 
Jordan, J. B. 
Jump, R. G. 
Kshrs, W. D. 
Karesh, S. R. 
Kent, L. S. 
Kilpatrick. Z. M. 
King, D. L. 
King. Daughty N 
King, D. M. 
Kirkland, V. P. 
Kitchen. M. L. 



Lamar, R. B. 
Lanzenby, R. J. 
Lee, F. L. 
Leedham, R. K. 
Lewis, H. W. 
Lively, A. B. 
Lord, W. E. 
Mack, B. T. 
Mallard, M. W. 
Maratos, Bill 
Marcum, P. E. 
Mays, T. C. 
Miller, W. F. 
Mixon, J. W. 
Mock, R. L. 
Moore, T. R. 
Moorman, Jimmie 
Morris, W. L. 
Morris, W. S. 
Mowery, A. L. 
Mulherin, W. B. 
Murphy, Charles 
McCormack, Billy 
McCrary, Larry 
McGahee, O. O. 
McKee, C. A. 



Neville, R. J. 
Newman, R. D. 
Nix, H. R. 
Overstreet, Wm. 
Padgett, Olins 
Pate, Silas 
Pennington, Alvin 
Phillips, Frank 
Pileggi, Frank 
Playford, Robert 
Poppell, Jack 
Poss, Robert 
Powell, Rudolph 
Powledge, Bill 
Prather, James 
Prince, Louis 
Quinn, W. R, 
Raws, William 
Reddish, Harold 
Reeder, Lonnie 
Rennison, T. H. 
Reville, Edward 
Reynolds. Joe 
Rhoden, George 
Rhodes, Grady 
Rice, Irvin 



Rieser, Albert 
Riley, Robert 
Rinker, W. E. 
Rollins, George 
Rosier, Howard 
Rosier, Thomas 
Rowland, J. E. 
Rufo, N. T. 
Russell, R. A. 
Schneider, H. B. 
Seats, Walter 
Seiffert, D. P. 
Sharpton, W. J. 
Shepherd, E. A. 
Shirey, J. H. 
Sikes, W. S. 
Silbert, M. N. 
Sims, J. C. 
Singletary, J. D. 
Sisken, M. M. 
Mizemore. P. E. 
Smith, B. E. 
Spivey, Bernard 
Spivey, R. R. 
Stanford, Thomas 
Stephens, J. W. 



Stewart, M. D. 
Storey, L. C. 
Stowell, E. H. 
Strother, C. B. 
Sturgis, R. S. 
Sumner, B. J. 
Tankersley. A. L. 
Teague, B. L. 
Thomas, J. E. 
Towner, E. 
Voss, D. V. 
Wall, Charles E. 
Waller, J. W. 
Watkins, R. E. 
Wellmaker, J. M. 
Whisnant, Charles E. 
Whittle, Michael 
Widener, James 
Williams, L. O. 
Williams, H. L. 
Wilson, Angus 
Wong, Edward 
Woodward, B. E. 
Woodward, H. L. 
Wooten, L. A. 
Young, J. D. 
Young, Wyman 




CLASS OF 1953 



Abbott, Charles 
Abney, Michael D. 
Adams, Bobby 
Adams, James 
Adams, Eugene 
Adams, Joseph 
Aenchbacher, C. A. 
Agner, H. R. 
Allen, F. A. 
Anderson, C. D. 
Anderson, Preston 
Anderson, W. A. 
Arthur, H. B. 
Ashe, W. L. 
Atkins. H. L. 
Baab, W. H. 
Baker, F. B. 
Baltzagler, Chas. 
Bardin, J. J 
Barker, V. L. 
Bell, B. E. 
Blackman, T. D. 
Blackstone, J. O. 
Blackwood, F. A. 
Bogoslowsky. Jerry 
Boles, B. E. 
Boiler, W. H. 
Bonham, C. W. 
Bowen, Charles 
Brand, William 
Brinson, G. G. 
Broadwater, T. F. 



Brown, G. A. 
Brown, G. E. 
Brown, Harvey 
Brown. J. C. 
Brown, Max 
Bryant, W. C. 
Burgess, Robert 
Burkhalter, Edward 
Camak. James 
Carswell, K. E. 
Cason, B. E. 
Cato, I. A. 
Cato, L. B. 
Chambers, a C. 
Chancey, Floyd 
Chandler. N. W. 
Chavis, Lenzo 
Cheek, F. A. 
Clark, A. F. 
Cliett, R. R. 
Cook. J. R. 
Cooper, C. E. 
Cosnahan, Paul 
Crockett, P. T. 
Crook, Engene 
Crouch. Mickey 
Crout, Clarence 
Culpepper. Berry 
Culpepper, .David 
Culpepper, Terry 
Davis, D. I. 
Davis, J. A. 



Davis, Payton 
Donahoe, C. E. 
Dozier, R. D. 
Duncan, J. T. 
Dunn. B. M. 
Dye, F. W. 
Earn, W. M. 
Eitner. Herman 
Eng, A. H. 
English, D. E. 
Epstein. J. D. 
Ergle, Joe 
Fair, W. E. 
Farris, J. W. 
Faulk. D. D. 
Fennell. J. C. 
Ficken, C. F. 
Fleming. S. S. 
Floyd, E. A. 
Ford. J. J. 
Ford, W. J. 
Ford, Walter 
Gaskill, Walter 
Gibbs, Donald 
Giles, W. D. 
Gillion. R. D. 
Gilmer, F. C. 
Gilstrep LeRoy 
Gore. F. W. 
Grayson, W. F. 
Green, T. L. 
Gregory, J. S. 
Grice, D. F. 



Grubbs, Willis 
Gunn, L. E. 
Guy. D. L. 
Guy. R. W. 
Hall, W. K. 
Hammond, W. 
Harmon, C. E. 
Harmon. J. A. 
Harrison, A. J. 
Hewitt. J. A. 
Hildreth. B. L. 
Hite, D. B. 
Hobbs. C. J. 
Holland, W. H. 
Holiday. R. A. 
Howard, F. O. 
Howard, J. G. 
Howell. Lester A. 
Hudlow, C. C. 
Inglctt. W. L. 
Ingram, L. M. 
Inman, T. D. 
Jackson, R. T. 
Jaunsen, W. H. 
Jeffcoat, J. C. 
Johnson, J. E. 
Johnson, L. R. 
Jordan, J. P. 
Kent, J. W. 
Kerr, W. E. 
Key, C. L. 
Key, H. T. 
Kirkpatrick, S. W. 




Lamb, J. W. 
Lamb, R. D. 
Langham, C. S. 
Lass, C. W. 
LaSure, D. W. 
Lawton, J. L. 
Lee, J. D. 
Lee, J. M. 
Lester, D. B. 
Lever, F. T. 
Levy, H. L. 
Loo, M. J. 
Loyal, G. E. 
Malpass. C. T. 
Marschalk, S. E. 
Martin, Russell 
McDaniel. J. D. 
Meeks, R. L. 
Meeds, W. A. 
Menger, J. M. 
Menger, J. V. 
Miller, Donald 
Miller, Walter 
Mitchell, E. E. 
Mitchell, R. L. 
Morgan, Guy L. 
Morris, T. O. 
Moseley, J. R. 
Moyer, Dan 



McCaslin, William 
McDaniel, Robert 
McDonald, Eugene 
McDonald, William 
McMichael, William 
Napier, Frank 
Nelson, Joe 
Newman, Ray 
Newton, Walter 
Norris, Samuel 
Owens, John 
Parrish, Robert 
Peabody, Prentice 
Perry, Raymond 
Pirkle. James, 
Pitts, Julian 
Pond, James 
Portwood, Edward 
Pound, R. 
Powell, Freddie 
Powell, Respress 
Powell, Robert 
Prather, William 
Price, Donald 
Prickett, John 
Rabun, Bobby 
Raines, Jimmy 
Ramsbotham, W. B. 
Read, W. R. 



Ready, B. R. 
Reese, J. A. 
Reese, J. D. 
Riddle, E. H. 
Riley, O. L. 
Roberson, Gary 
Roe, A. D. 
Rosenthal, Stanley 
Rowe, R. A. 
Rowell, H. L. 
Rufo, Paul 
Salley, M. B. 
Sanders, Henry 
Scarborough, Roy 
Sellears, M. M. 
Shead, James E. 
Short, G. W. 
Sims, B. F. 
Smith, D. E. 
Smith, Harold 
Smith, E. D. 
Spears, Robert 
Standridge, Ribert 
Stanford, E. E. 
Stavro, G. F. 
Steinberg, M. L. 
Still, R. H. 
Stillman, H. G. 
Stringer, B. P. 



Swett, E. F. 
Swindler, Jimmy 
Thompson, G. A. 
Thompson, W. C. 
Tudor, R. M. 
Turner, Bill 
Usry, T. C. 
Wade. A. C. 
Walker, C. L. 
Walton, R. E. 
Ward. D. P. 
Ware, F. A. 
Ware, 0. L. 
Watkins,' C. A. 
Weatherford. J. R. 
Whatley, W. L. 
Wheeler, D. L. 
Whittle, W. C. 
Wilhelm, W. A. 
Willisms, C. M. 
Williams, Troy 
Willingham, Billy 
Wilson, H. D. 
Wilson, R. D. 
Woods, W. F. 
Woodward, C. C. 
Woodwar, L. J. 
Zucher, Michael David 
Yarborough, C. J. 




RESUME OF THE 



With the arrival of the new commandant and the 
new Assistant PMS&T, the military year began. When 
drill time came, the regiment fell in with last year's sen- 
ior officers commanding. After some six or seven 
week's trial, officers were appointed for the school year 
with Major Bill Fleming as regimental commander. A 




MAJOR VIVIAN 




2ADET COLONEL FLEMING 



Sal>re Chili was again organized because after each year 
the Club i> dissolved. The first important review of the 
year was the annual parade for the girls of Tubman 
High School. In full dress, the Cadet Corps put on, as 
usual whenever Tubman is represented, a perfect parade. 
The Sabre Club had it- annual Christmas Dame ai 

Medical Building on Telfair Street. The dame was 
a crowning success. Highlight of the evening was the 
presentation "fa gift t<> Captain Thebaud and Miss l.elia 
Mulherin, who were married shortly after Christmas. < In 
returning to school, plans were begun for the annual 
Military Ball, held every year in the spring. I In \rmv 
Day, April 6, the regiment was presented an award of 

icienc) for excellence during the past year, i in the 
night of April 13, the cadets, in full white dress, esc rt- 
cd their dates to the Second Annual Military Ball. Miss 
Austin Gilliland was chosen bj popular vote to repre- 
sent the cadets at all their social function- f. r a year, 
The annual Spring Training inspection, conducted l>\ the 
Depart of the Army. < ccurred on April 22 and found tin- 
cadets confident they would retain their "Superior" rat- 
ing. Final drill exercises, at this writing, are to be held 
on May 6, thus ending a successful miltary year. 



THE MILITARY DEPARTMENT 



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CHARLES C. THEBAUD 
Captain, Infantry 

Honor military graduate, Clemson Col- 
lege, 1943; Graduate, Fort Benning In- 
fantry School, 1943; Overseas Service, 
1944-46, Trinidad, British, Dutch and 
French Guianas. Assigned to A.R.C. 
1947. 




GEORGE B. VIVIAN 
Major, Cavalry 

Virginia Military Institute 1939. B.S. Over- 
seas Service China-Burma-India Theatre. 
Bronze Star, Special Breast Order cf Yun 
Hui (China), Army Commendation Ribbon. 




WILLIAM B. PIERCE 
Captain. Infsntry 

North Texas State Teachers College 
: Overseas Service France and 

a'. Europe. Bronze Star, Silver 
Sta-. Armv Commendation Ribbon. 




M/Sgt. 
John P. Heuser 



Sgt. 1 CI. 
Forest L. Mooney 



M/Sgt. 
Curtis Martin 



Sgt. 1 CI. 
C. W. Tully 




THE SABRE CLUB 






ERNEST E. PUND 


PRESIDENT 


W. J. DeVANEY 
Treasurer 




WILLIAM H. FLEMING 


VICE-PRESIDENT 




WALTER 1. DLVAXLY . 


TREASURER 


C. E. CARTER 
Secretary 


CHARLES E. CARTER 


SECRET \KY 




COLONEL WILLIAM H. FLEMING, II 
LT. COL. CONRAD W. McGAHEE 
LT. COL. ERNEST E. PUND 
LT. COL. LEON W. HELMLY 
MAJOR HERMAN J. OELLERICH 
MAJOR JAMES PYLE 
MAJOR WALTER J. DEVANEY 
CAPTAIN E. D. MARKS 
CAPTAIN PAUL W. MURPHEY 
CAPTAIN P. J. CALAMAS 
CAPTAIN B. M. BENSON 
CAPTAIN R. C. WEATHERS 
CAPTAIN JAMES O'DANIEL 
CAPTAIN CHARLES E. CARTER 
CAPTAIN LEROY SUDDATH 
CAPTAIN RICHARD EDWRDS 
CAPTAIN J. WALKER PENLAND 
FIRST LT. CHIC JAMES 
FIRST LT. A. L. REESER 



FIRST LT. M. JERRY HOPKINS 
FIRST LT. ED CAWLEY 
FIRST LT. BOBBY BAKER 
FIRST LT. BILLY EVANS 
FIRST LT. R. T. BAGGOTT 
FIRST LT. WALTER LUM 
FIRST LT. R. I. PADGETT 
FIRST LT. P. G. McLEAN 
FIRST LT. R. H. POWELL 
FIRST LT. W. W. THOMPSON 
FIRST LT. J. E. WHITTLE 
FIRST LT. S. L. WIGGINS 
FIRST LT. ROGER MILLER 
FIRST LT. R. S. RINDER 
SECOND LT. L. B. HAVIRD 
SECOND LT. A. S. McGAHEE 
SECOND LT. J. L. TALLEY 
SECOND LT. FLEMING NORVELL 




MAJOR VIVIAN 
Advisor 



THE REGIMENTAL STAFF 



FLEMING 



DEVANEY 





FLEMING 



McGAHEE 



Col. William H. Fleming 
Regimental Commander 

Miss Florie Fleming 
Sponsor 

Lt. Col. Conrad W. McGahee 
Regimental Ex. Officer 

Miss Betty Gene Balk 
Sponsor 




LIVINGSTON 



Major Walter Devaney 
Regimental Adjutant 

Miss Anne Livingston 
Sponsor 



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BALK 






M Sgt. A. A. Bennett 
Reg. Sergeant-Major 



Captain Paul W. Murphey Miss Switzer Murphey 
Public Relations Officer Sponsor 



1st. Lt. R. I. Padgett 



THE RICHMOND ACADEMY BAND 






BENSON 



BENTLEY 



BAMFORD 




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THE MILITARY BAND 




THE FRESHMAN BAND 



FIRST BATTALION STAFF 




PUND 



GOOLSBY 





CALAMAS 



OELLERICH 




Lt. Col. Ernest E. Fund 
Battalion Commander 

Miss Ann Goolsby 
Sponsor 

Major Herman Oellerich 
Executive Officer 

Miss Jackie Parks 
Sponsor 

Captain Peter Calamas 
Adjutant 

Miss Frances Amick 
Sponsor 




AMICK 



PARKS 



PERSONNEL 






Captain Richard Weathers 
Miss Frankie Bolt . _ .. _ 
1st. Lt. Robert T. Bajgott 
1st. Lt. Walter Lum _ . 



G '. Cc mmander 

Sponsor 

Platoon Leader 

'1 at n Leader 



WEATHERS 




SECOND PLATOON 



LUM 



O'DANIEL 




SECOND PLATOON 



COMPANY C 



PERSONNEL 



Captain Charles Carter 

Mi.-s Peggy Peabody 

1st. Lt. Stewart L. Wiggins 

1st. Lt. Richard S. Finder _ 



CARTER 




SECOND PLATOON 




COMPANY C 



THE RIFLE TEAM 




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HAVIRD 



BRYANT 



EVANS 



The Rifle T^m of the Academy has had a successful year under the lead- 
ership of Sgt. Tully. 

SCHEDULE 

2. Richmond over Benedictine (there) 
1. Savannah - Richmond (here) 

3. Richmond over Benedictine (here) 

4. Richmond over Lanier (there) 

5. Richmond over Lanier (here) 

In the N.R.A. Postal Match, the team took fourteenth place (168 teams in 
U. S. competing.) 

Herbert Bryant is the team captain and high scorer for the year. 




TULLY 








THE RIFLE TEAM 






Herbert Bryant 


Harry' Sherman 


Paul Smith 


Gene Kelly 


Roger Miller 


Herbert Elliot 


Herman Taylor 


Grady Howard 


Lloyd Havird 


Bobby Betts 



SECOND BATTALION STAFF 




HELMLY 



STILL 





HUGULEY 



PYLE 




GILLILAND 



Lt. Col. Leon W. Helmly 
Battalion Commander 

Miss Caroline Still 
Sponsor 



Major Jimmy Pyle 
Executive Officer 

Miss June Norris 
Sponsor 



Captain Gaines Huguley 
Adjutant 

Miss Austin Gilliland 
Sponsor 




NORRIS 



COMPANY E 



PERSONNEL 



Captain Walker Penland 
Miss Barbara Bennett 
1st. Lt. Perry McLean 
1st. Lt. John Whittle .. 



Co. Commander 

Sponsor 

Platoon Leader 

Platoon Leader 



PENLAND 








BENNETT 



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Mclean 




SECOND PLATOON 



WHITTLE 



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Captain Richard Edwards Co. Commander 

Miss Angela Drew Sponsor 

1st. Lt. LeRoy Suddath Platoon Leader 

1st. Lt. Robert Powell Platoon Leader 



EDWARDS 





DREW 




SUDDATH 




SECOND PLATOON 



POWELL 



PERSONNEL 

Captain Phillip Marlowe Co. Commander 

Miss Margaret Hasselton Sponsor 

1st. Lt. Roger Miller Platoon Leader 

1st. Lt. Russell Hair Platoon Leader 




MARLOWE 




HOSSELTON 




MILLER 



SECOND PLATOON 



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COMPANY E 




COMPANY F 





COMPANY G 



MILITARY BALL 



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MILITARY BALL COMMITTEE 





GEN. BROUGHER i\nSS BURDELL 



WIITEHEAD 



BURDELL 




GRAND MARCH 



THIRD BATTALION STAFF 




NEWTON 



CASTLEBERRY 









JAMES 


MAJOR JACK NEWTON 
Battalion Commander 


MARKS 




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MISS JOAN CASTLEBERRY 
Sponsor 

CAPTAIN GENE MARKS 
Executive Officer 

MISS BOBBIE NICKLES 
Sponsor 




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1ST. LT. CHIC JAMES 
Adjutant 








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MISS MAUREEN O'CONNOR 
Sponsor 








O'CONNOR 










NICKLES 



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HEADQUARTERS 



BOWMAN 




SECOND PLATOON 



STIREWALT 



1st. Lt. Jerry Hopkins 
Miss Barbara Bevin 
2nd. Lt. Lloyd Havird 




SECOND PLATOON 



TALLEY 



COMPANY K 



PERSONNEL 



1st. Lt. Ed Cawle 
Miss Mary Kelly 
2nd. Lt. A. L. Rieser 
2nd. Lt. Louis Simon 



CAWLEY 




SECOND PLATOON 



SIMON 



PERSONNEL 



1st. Lt. Bobby Baker 
Miss Billy Jean Ruth 
2nd. Lt. A. S. McGahee 
2nd. Lt. Harry Sherman 



-Co. Commander 
Sponsor 



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BAKER 




McGAHEE 



EVANS 




SECOND PLATOON 



THIRD BATT 

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COMPANY K 




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SECOND BATTALION ST A 




PRIZE DRILL 1948 



BEST DRILLED R.O.T.C. COMPANY 
Company E Commanded by Captain P. G. Perry 

BEST DRILLED R.O.T.C. Platoon 

1st. Platoon, Company E, Commanded by 1st. Lt. Joseph 

Bailey 

BEST DRILLED R.O.T.C. SQUAD 

1st. Squad. 1st Platoon, Company E. Commanded by 

S/Sgt. Robert A. Baker 

BEST DRILLED FRESHMAN COMPANY 
Company M, Commanded by 1st. Lt. Herman Oellerich 

BEST DRILLED FRESHMAN PLATOON 

1st. Platoon, Company L. Commanded by 2nd. Lt. 

Burton Middlebrooks 

BEST DRILLED FRESHMAN SQUAD 

1st. Squad, 1st. Platoon, Company M Commanded by 

Sgt. Roy Watkins 

NEATEST CADET 
S/Sgt. Ronald Jester 



OUTSTANDING MEMBER OF THE BAND 
Captain Robert M. Benson 

THE GENERAL LEONARD WOOD MEDAL 
1st. Lt. Paul E Smith 

C. W. TULLY TROPHY 
1st. Sgt. Herbert Bryant 

LEVY MEDAL, BEST DRILLED R.O.T.C. CADET 
Sgt. Charles Thomas 

BEST DRILLED FRESHMAN CADET 
Pvt. Harold Hoover 

COHEN MEDAL. OUTSTANDING M5.4T. STUDENT 
2nd. Lt. William Raines 

AMERICAN LEGION SABRE 
Company A, Commanded by Captain Thomas Kirkland 

VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS SABRE 
1st. Lt. Herman Oellerich 

J. BLAND SCRUGGS MEMORIAL SABRE 
Captain Thomas Kirkland 

SHERIDAN MEMORIAL SABRE 
Captain Thomas Kirkland 




THE SHERIDAN MEMORIAL SABRE 



The Richard B. Sheridan Memorial Sabre is an award made annually by 
the Reserve Officers Association to the cadet officer of the R.( ).T.C. unit 
who is judged to be the best soldier. The sabre is awarded in memory of 
Richard Brinsley Sheridan, honor graduate of Richmond Academy, who lost 
his life in the football uniform of West Point in 1931. 

In order for a cadet to win this award, he must be not only an outstand- 
ing officer, but also a versatile and capable student. Although there are no 
rigid qualifications, custom has established that the recipient of this sabre be 
a conscientious student, a proficient athlete, and a leader in class activities. 
The most conspicious similarity between the boys who have won this sabre 
is. however, their character. Without exception these students have been 
first and foremost gentlemen. Thus. The Sheridan Sabre has come to be 
the most coveted award made to any Richmond Academy student. 



Award for 1948: Captain Thomas Richard Kirkland 




SCRUGGS MEMORIAL SABRE 



The J. Bland Scruggs Memorial Sabre is awarded annually by Professor 
C. A. Scruggs in memory of hi- son, J. Bland Scruggs, to the cadet officer 
at The Academy of Richmond County who is outstanding in military and 
scholastic achievements. To be considered for this award, a student must 
show by his deeds that he believes a sense of (airplay as essential an attribute 
as any accomplishments or honors he may receive. This award is consider- 
ed by the cadets as one of the school's highest honors. 



Winner of 1948 Award: Captain Thomas Richard Kirkland 




This sabre is presented each year to the member of the Junior Class who 
distinguished himself as a leader on the drill field and as an able student in 
Military Science and Tactics. The award is made by Post 3200, Veterans of 
Foreign Wars. 

Winner of 1948 Award : 1st. Lt. Herman J. Oellerich 




THE AMERICAN LEGION SABRE 

The American Legion Sabre is awarded each year to commander of the 
company that has won the most parades during the school year. The sabre 
is given by Post 63, American Legion. 

Won by Company A, commanded by Captain Thomas Kirkland 



Ailjlrtra 





ROY E. ROLLINS 
Athletic Director and Head Football Coach 

FOOTBALL 



FRANK INMAN 

Basketball Coach 

Ass't. Football Coach 



W. L. MADEN 
Secretary - Treasurer 



LANGSTON BOLTON 

Track Coach 

"B" Varsity Football Coach 




HARRY PARRISH 



A. L. WILLIAMS 




PHILIP MARLOWE 
All GIAA Second Team 
All Regional First Team 






DERWENT LANGLEY 
All GIAA Third Team 
All Regional First Team 



BOBBY WALKER, CAPTAIN 
All Regional First Team 



BILBO CHANCE 
All Regional First Team 



Sept. 17 Richmond 13 


North Augusta 


7 


Sept. 24 Richmond 48 


Elberton 





Oct. 1 Richmond 


Bass High 


12 


Oct. 8 Richmond 21 


Jordan 


19 


Oct. 15 Richmond 7 


Columbus 


19 


Oct. 22 Richmond 13 


Benedictine 





Oct. 29 Richmond 7 


Smith High 


20 


Nov. 5 Richmond 7 


Savannsh 





Nov. 19 Richmond 7 


Lanier 


40 


Nov. 25 Richmond 13 


Catholic 





Dec. 6 Richmond 


Glynn 


24 



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CARL WAAGNER 
Alternate Captain 




TOBIN 



GORE 



bllERRILL 



WEATHERS. C. 



PROCTOR 



CARTER 







"A" VARSITY 



First Row: Drew, Chance, Wagner, Proctor, Hensley, Glisson, Marlowe, Langley, Overstreet, Barton, James. 

Second Row: Wong, Hunter, Gore. Walker, Neelands, Sherrill, Kelly, Fouche. Daley, Baggott. Wall. 

Third Row: Graybill, Weathers, C, Parrish. O'Daniel, Dodgen. Tobin, Saxon, Feese. Mitchell, Huguley, Weathers, R. 




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"B" VARSITY 

First Row: Lanier, Hays, Babbitt. E., Babbitt, F., Fulcher, Douglass, MacMurphey, Bailie. 

Second Row: Higgenbotham, Herndon, Rice, Kilpatrick. Atkins, Fender, Johnson. Philpot, Eidson. 

Third Row: James, Hensley, Hardaway, Anderson, R.. Goodwin. Story. Barrow, Greer. Bridges, Ford. Jester. 

Fourth Row: Penn. Reynolds, Cheeks, Kuglar, Eubanks, Reddish. Cohen, Brandon. Anderson, B. 




Managers — Standing: Chaval, Timmerman, Oellerich 
Kneeling: Rollins, Bennett 

The Cadets opened their 1948 football on the night of September 17 by turning back a North Augusta eleven by the 
score of 12-6. Denvent Langley crashed over from the one-yard line to bring to an end a fiercely contested battle between 
the two elevens. 

In the next game the Musketeers turned back the Elberton High Blue 
Devils by the overwhelming score of 48-0. Derwent Langley took the open- 
ing kickoff and raced up the middle of the field for a "TD". Philip Marlowe 
kicked the first of the six extra points of the evening and the onslaught was 
on. The entire Cadet team saw action as Coach Rollins substituted freely. 
Larry Wong, Arthur Glisson, and Langley scored twelve points apiece. 

Next, the Musketeers journeyed to Atlanta only to be turned back by an 
underrated Bass High team. The game was played on even terms until a 
returned Richmond punt was brought up to the 28 yard line which set up the 
Bass score. The try for the extra point failed, and the Blue Wave led 6-0. A 
blocked punt and a 41 yard drive ended the scoring for the night. Bobby 
Walker and Jack Dodgen shone brightly for the Musketeers on defense. 

The following week in Columbus, Georgia, the Cadets edged out Jordan 
High 21-19. The home team outplayed the Cadets throughout and went in- 
to the dresssing room with a comforable 13-0 lead. At the beginning of the 
third period it looked like a duplication of the first half when Jordan scored 
on an 88 yard dash on the frst play from scrimmage and ran up a 19-0 lead. 
Then that "never say die" Richmond spirit caught fire, and the Cadets rush- 
ed to the 25 yard line of Jordan, and Langley went over for the score. Again 
in the fourth period, Langley scored. The score was now 19-14. In the last 
period with two minutes to play, Bilbo Chance threw a 38 yard pass to Jack 
Dodgen and the lanky end went to the Jordan 1 yard line. Walter Dale} 





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plunged into the Red Devil line for the winning T.D. The final score was 
21-19 in favor of the Academy. "Snookie" Marlowe kicked three out of three 
extra points. 

( hi < ictober 15th, the Cadets played host to Columbus Blue Devils and 
rame out on the short end of a 19-7 score. The cadet.- scored first on a Blue 
Devil fumble on the tun yard line .it' Richmond. Bobby Walker plunged in- 
to tin- line for the score. Phillip Marlowe's kick gave Richmond a short- 
lived 7-0 lead. A (.'.11111111111,- |>ass late in tin- second quarter gave the Blue 
Devils their first sc re. The Cadets lead 7-6 at the half. A cadet fumble 1 n 
their own .'5 gave the Blue Devils their see. .11. 1 6 points, and the try for the 
extra point was good. Late in the last quarter, Columbus scored again for 
the victory. 

Richmond defeated B.C. Military Xcadcnn for their first Region Two 
Victory. Derwent Langley scored early in the first quarter after he went 54 

yard- off tackle. Marlowe's kick tailed for the extra point, and the Cadet- led 

6-0 till the final quarter. "Wee Wee'" Weathers raced to the Maroon 35 and 
1 hance found Dodgen with a pass on the 1". Walker and Langley mov- 
ed it within inches of the double stripes, and Chance went over. Tin- time 
Marlowe'.- placement was good, and ARC won, 13-0. 

Smith I [igh moved int.. the \RC Stadium on < let. _"' and beal the Ri II- 
insmen, 20-7. The cadets scored first as Bobby Walker went over from the 
15 and Marl. .we booted the extra point. Smith scored on an intercepted pass 
late in the second quarter and raced 30 yards for the -core. Smith High 
-cred again in the third period "ii a 3 yard plunge. Their final tally came 




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on the 10 yard touchdown pass late in the fourth period. 

Richmond defeated the Savannah High Blue Jackets on the night of Nov- 
ember Sth by the score of 7-0. Bobby Walker shone brightly for the cadets 
with Langley and "Ludie" Glisson played bang-up ball for the Cadets. Bilbo 
Chance scored from the 1 ft. line in the second quarter and Richard Weathers 
held the pigskin as Marlowe booted the extra point. 

The next week the team went to Macon, Georgia, where the Lanier Poets 
ran wild over them. The Poets scored in every quarter while the cadets 
could score only in the second quarter. This came after a 64 yard drive, 
sparked-plugged by Walker and Langley. Chance passed to Dodgen for the 
T.D. Marlowe booted the extra point. 

On a beautiful Thanksgiving day, a fighting Richmond team beat Boys' 
Catholic High 13-0 for the city Championship. Chance scored early in the 
first period after Captain Walker made a first down on the 4. A Catholic 
drive was stopped when Walter Daley intercepted a pass on the 5. The half 
ended with the Shamrocks in control of the ball on the 50, and the cadets 
leading 6-0. Dink Hensley scored on a run off tackle with only a minute 
remaining in the game. Marlowe kicked the final point, and the Musketeers 
won 13-0. 

On December 6th, Richmond journeyed to Brunswick and was trampled 
by the score of 24-0. The game was never in doubt as Glynn Academy w n 
the game and Region Two Championship. 




FOUCHE 




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OVERSTREET 




FRANK INMAN 
Coach 



SCHEDULE 




Richmond 51 


Columbia 


35 


39 


Savannah 


28 


38 


Lanier 


35 


35 


Columbia 


20 


35 


Benedictine 


34 


31 


Commercial 


30 


23 


Lanier 


28 


44 


Greenwood 


20 


42 


Glynn Academy 


27 


37 


Benedictine 


35 


47 


Commercial 


30 


REGIONAL 


TOURNAMENT 




Richmond 47 


Savannah 


46 


41 


Benedictine 


38 


G. I. A. A. 


TOURNAMENT 




Rossville 


55 Richmond 


52 




Kneeling: Baggott. R. Weathers. Herndon. Huguley. Hall. 
Standing: Parrish. Sherrill, O'Daniel, Suddath. Daley. Greer. 



With the return of six letterman from last year's team 
the 1949 team turned in one of the most impressive records 
in the history of basketball at Richmond. After finishing 
the regular season with a record of 10 wins and 1 loss the 
Cadets won the Regional Tournament in Savannah by edg- 
ing out Benedictine in the finals. The following week they 
traveled to Atlanta where they lost a heartbreaker to Ross- 
ville High despite a last quarter rally. The team was repre- 
sented on the GIAA mythical squad by LeRoy Suddath, who 
was the sparkplug of the Cadet offense. Walter Daley, 
sharpshooting forward, secured a second string berth. Sud- 
dath and Daley also represented the Cadets on the All- 
Tournament teams and on the All-Regional squad. Richard 
Weathers and Gaines Huguley, speedy guards, had enough 
votes to receive regional honors. Weathers "was named to 
second string berths on both the Regional and Tournament 
squads. Huguley was named to the second string All-Tour- 
nament five. Jimmy O'Daniel, lanky forward, although not 
making an all-star team, should be lauded for his depend- 
able play and for the excellent job he did while acting as 
captain during the tournaments. The eleven boys who 
made up the team and their capable coach are proud of their 
achievement. 




SHERRILL 



SUDDATH 
All Regional Season Play First 
Team: All Regional Tournament 
First Team; All GIAA First Team; 
All GIAA Tournament First Team. 



O'DANIEL 



HUGULEY 
All Regional Tournament First 
Team. 




PARRISH 



DALEY WEATHERS 

All Regional Season Play 1st Team. All Regional Tournament 2nd Team. 
All Regional Tournament 1st Team. 




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"B" VARSITY 

1st Row: Stowall, Douglass, Griffin, Cook, Putman. 

2nd Row: LaSure, Bennett, Entwistle, Babbitt, F., Nixon, Babbitt, E., Hill Farris, Benson. 

Third Row: Gillion, Poppell, Pate, Garland, Hobson, Lutes, Reddish, Charles, Kirkland, Watkins. 



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First Row: Kent, Hite, Lamb, Holland, Pirkle, Cason, Newton, Wright, Ford. 

Second Row: Lever, Rufo, McMichael, Steinberg, Abney, Chandler. Grice, Yarborough, Barton, Raines, Longham. Powell. 

Third Row: Anderson, Merger, Short, Rowe, Cheeks, Shead, Whatley, Hudlow, Peabody, Aenchbacker, Reed. 



JUNIOR COLLEGE BASKETBALL 




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Kneeling: Scoggins, Avery, Wright, Dorsey. Saul. 

Standing: Coach Williams, Clayton, Woodward, Luckey. Raines. Rogers. 



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First Row: Mary Whitaker, Ann Whatley, Bobby Ann Robertson, Joanne Nason, Dorothy Henderson 

Second Row: Susanne Levine, Frankie Walton, Kathy Marriott, Hilda Long, Dorothy Rozier. 

Third Row: Helen Hoffman, Elizabeth Hoffman. Betty Chandler, Pat Simon, Mary Ann Thomas, Coach Bolton. 



THE RICHMOND ACADEMY GOLF TEAM 

A, R. C. GOLF TEAM SCHEDULE 

April 1— Richmond vs. Aiken High April 15 — Richmond vs Aiken High 

April 8 — Richmond vs Lanier and Catholic High April 22 — Richmond vs Lanier and Columbus 

May 13-14— State Meet at Athens, Ga. 



GENE MARKS 



BILLY PARSONS 




FLEMING NORVELL 



ROBERT REED 



LARRY McCRARY 



RICHMOND ACADEMY TENNIS TEAM 




Kneeling: Sam Fleming, Hubert Tarpley. Elliott Porter. 

Standing: Keith Charles, J. O. Smith. Jr., LeRoy Suddath, Gaines Huguley, Tommy Knotts. 



A. R. C. TENNIS SCHEDULE 

March 18 Richmond vs Aiken High 
March 25 Richmond vs Aiken High 
April 1 Richmond vs Lanier 
April 15 Richmond vs Lanier 
April 22 Richmond vs Savannah 
April 30 Richmond vs G.MA. 
May 13-14 State Meet at Athens Ga. 



J. Q-A. TENNIS TEAM 



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April 9— The Citadel— Here 

April 29— The Citadel— there 

May 6 — Georgia Military College — here 

May 20 — Georgia Military College — there 




Kneeling: Scoggins, Fleming, Pudor, Pund. 

Standing: Capers, Raines, Ansley, Phillips, Coach, C. H. Mitchell. 



PRESENTATION OF TROPHIES 




FRIEDMAN TROPHY 



Phillip Marlowe, Coach Rollins, President Hardy, Supt. Langford, Bobby Walker. 




FIRST TEAM REGIONAL TROPFIIES 



Coach Bolton, Phillip Marlowe, Bilbo Chance, Bobby Walker, Coach Inman. 




Kneeling: Anne Goolsby, Betty Chandler, Mary Kelly, Elizabeth Hoffman. 
Standing: Curtis Luckey, Jack Newton, Tolly Brinkley, Bobby Cooper. 




CITY CHAMPIONSHIP 



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EDITORIAL STAFF 




Patsy O'Connor 
Leonard Cotts 

Conrad McGahee, Managing- Editor 

Brian Merry 
Ann Reese 
Edna Smoak 



Editors-in-Chief 



Associate Hilitors 



BRIAN MERRY 



Mary Anna Ogden 

Bob Pudor Activities Editors 

Marian Meiere 



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Athletic Editors 



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ANN REESE 



llol) Maggott 

Herman Oellerich, Military Editor 

Robert Symms 

Righton Robertson 

I >anny \ Staff 

Sam Fleming Photographers 

Charles Teuton 

George Kelly 

Phillip I .Hi' - 







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EDNA SMOAK 



C. M. ETHEREDGE 



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Bob Jump, Copy Editor 

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BUSINESS STAFF 



Business Manaeer 



Business Manager 



-Elizabeth Hoffman 



..Jack Wong 



ELIZABETH HOFFMAN 




Assistant Business Managers : 

Suzanne Levine 
Bill Morris 
Mendel Silbert 
Helen Hoffman 
Eloise Nixon 
Barbara Price 
Lloyd Havird 
Adrian Cohen 
Irving Ghitter 

Circulation Manager 



-Warren Blanchard 



JACK WONG 




Assistant Circulation Managers : 

Peggy Meads 
Lois Huff 
Mary Ann Thomas 
Ann Burgamy 
Miriam Siskin 
Anne Otwell 
Gene Kelly 
Louis Powell 



WARREN BLANCHARD 



FACULTY ADVISERS 

H. O. READ, Editorial Staff 
C. M. ETHEREDGE, Business Staff 




THE MUSKETEER STAFF 



The Musketeer 



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EDITORIAL STAFF 



Brian Merry 
George Kelly . 
Bobby Ansley 



Archie Bennett 
E. S. Bonbam 
Gene Bowman 
W. E. Brandenburg 

E. R. Bush 
P. I. Calamas 
J. M. Dicks 
William Dye 
W. S. Eubanks 
H.C. Geer 

F. G. Howard 
P. W. Murphy 
Bob McGee 
Charles Nicholas 
J. B. Pender 
Herman Oellerich 



_ Literary Editor 

Managing Editor 
-JCA News Editor 



t'. A. Pippin 
M. B. Roberts 

F. D. Smith 

II. L. Stirewalt 

Albert Verdery 

('. R. Walker ' 

ge Wright 

BUSINESS STAFF 

H. C. » leer, Business Manager 

A. M. Cohen 

I. I). Voss 

nil. McGahee, Jr. 

H. W. Woodward 

FACULTY ADVISERS 

G. M. Scott 
B.R.Smith 



MERRY 



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WRIGHT 



SMITH 







JOE NIXON 
President 






SKIPPY MOODY 
Secretary 



Bert Harbin 
Irvin Hightower 
Don Reynolds 
Fred Chandler 
J. G. Moore 
Billy Raines 
Mickey Satcher 
Ed Dorset 



MEMBERS 



Bill Maden 
Stewart Capers 
Tom Maxwell 
Janus Livingston 
Dick Junes 
Jack N'ewton 
John Coleman 




OTIS CARTLEDGE 
Treasurer 




Hi 



ROBERT ANDERSON 
Vice-President 





CADET HI*Y 



BOBBY BAGGOTT 
President 



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HERMAN OELLERICH 
Vice-President 




EMORY FARR J^^ ^ 

Treasurer ^~ 




HARRY PARRISH 
Aduiscr 



MEMBERS 



George Baird 
Brad Bennett 
Ozie Brantley 
Rogers Feese 
Paul Greer 
Dan Hall 
Dink Hensley 
Bobby Home 
Gaines Huguley 
Charles Jarrett 
Gene Kelly 
Frank McDaniel 
Gene Marks 
Fleming Xorvell 
Jimmie O'Daniel 
Elliott Porter 
Robert Reed 
Webb Sherrill 
Howard Timmerman 
Richard Edwards 
Bill Drew 
W. C. Cook 
Hugh Xeelands 
Jimmie Pvle 
L. Lee 
Richard Weathers 




ACADEMY HLY 




OFFICERS 



Chick James, President 
Bi ibby Baker, Vice-President 
Dickie Griffin. Secretary 
Tuny Mulherin, Treasurer 
Billy Philpot, Chaplain 





MEMBERS 

Robert Riley 

\V lbury Rinker 

Leroy Suddatli 
Lymen Williams 
Bill Brandon 
Ed Brandon 
I His Benson 
Earl Cha\ el 
l)enni> Foster 
lame- I [ardaway 
Tommy Ilerndon 
Travis Higginbotham 
George Kelly 
Wayland Lamar 
James Layton 
George Mitchell 



JAMES 



RICHMOND HI*Y 




Roy Anderson 
Lonnie Boardman 
Edwin Douglass 
Tommy Douglass 
Herbert Elliott 
Tom Goodwin 
Jimmy Hatcher 
Jimmie Havron 
Nath Hayes 
Jimmie Harrison 
Grady Howard 
Billy Hill 

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Richard Kelly 
Eugene Matthews 
Roger Miller 
Butch Mulherin 
Billy Maxwell 
Billy Morris 
Larry McCrary 
Irvin Rice 
Tommy Sanders 
George Sheftall 
Roy Simkins 





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OFFICERS 



Billy Evans. President 
Harry Sherman, Vice-President 
Jimmy Boatwright, Secretary 
Lloyd Havird, Treasurer 
Russell Hair, Chaplain 



ADVISER 

Sgt. C. W. Tully 




EVANS 



SHERMAN 



TULLY 



HAVIRD 



HAIR 



ZETA RHO SIGMA 








MARIAN MEIERE 
President 



MEMBERS 

Ann Reese 
Ann Burgamy 
Joan Bj rd 
M.u\ \nn Thomas 
Ann Warr 
Ann Whatley 
Lois Huff 
I [elen I [i ifman 
Elizabeth ! [i iffman 
Eloise Nixon 
Ann < j"i ilsby 
Pegg) Meads 
Eleanor Jackson 
Betty Chandler 
Frances I (urden 
Pat Hale 
Pat Simon 




PATSY O'CONNOR 
Vice-President 





MARY ANNA OGDEN 
Secretary 



J. S. REISER 
Adviser 




EDNA SMOAK 
Treasurer 




BILLY LANGE 
President 






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SIDNEY FOSTER 
Secretary 



RAY SIMS 
Treasurer 



J. S. REISER 




Bobby Cooper 


Buddy 1 )eVaney 


Ed Wright 


Billy Hughes 


Jack I vey 


Conrad Mc( iahee 


Billy Wodward 


lack Reddick 


Bobby Parrish 


diaries Rucker 


Wheldon Hair 


J. P. Price 



J. C. A. LITERARY SOCIETY 




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PHILIP SHAPIRO 
Vice-President 



BOBBY ANSLEY 
Presidejit 





PATSY O'CONNOR RONALD GALLOWAY 

Secretary Treasurer 




C. M. SUTTON 



MEMBERS 



Emorj Vrrington 
Ann Burgamy 

Juan l!\ rd 
Howard Jolles 
Suzanne Levine 
Edgar Mel )aniel 
Conrad McGahee 
Marian Meiere 
Brian Merry 
Mary Anna ' Igden 
Ann Reese 
Miriam Siskin 
Edna Smoak 



Adviser 




BETA CLUB 



L. R. RICHARDSON 
Adviser 







RICHARD KELLY RICHARD 

President CHEESEBOROUGH 

Secretary 



BILLY BRANAN 
Treasurer 




MEMBERS 



J. D. Burch 
George Baird 
Jimmy Boatwright 
Leonard Cotts 
William A. Dozier 
Herbert Elliott 
Billy Evans 
Emory Farr 
Irving Ghitter 
Billy Hill 
Robert Huntley 
I. I lunter 
Ronald Jester 
Way land Lamar 
J. Langley 
l it-ne Marks 
Bill Parsons 
Righton Robertson 
Marvin Sears 
( reorge Sheftall 
I larry Sherman 
Leon Simon 
Albert Huyck 
( iene Kelly 
Waller Rose 



STUDENT COUNCIL 




WEATHERS 
LANGE 



OFFICERS 

Richard Weathers. President 
Gaines Huguley, Vice-President 

per, Secretarj 
Billy Lange, Treasurer 



Elro^ I luPuis, Aih iser 




DUFUIS 

MEMBERS 

Billy Fleming 
Curtis Luckey 
Toll) Brinkley 
Morris W'arr 
Richard Edwards 
Tommy Knotts 
"thick" James 
< Jene Kellj 
Edwin I louglass 
Richard Balkcum 
Brad Bennett 
Edward I )rake 
Rufus Mali incv 
W. V. Sheppard 




MURPHY 



WHTTAKER 



OFFICERS 



Jimmy Murphy, Past Master Councilor 
Bob Whitaker, Master Councilor 
Conrad McGahee, Senior Councilor 



George Kelly 




Paul Hair 


Billy Woodward 




Lewis Simon 


Wheldon Hair 




Charles Pippin 


Russell Hair 




Warren Blancharci 


Bob Jump 




Walker Penland 


Bryan DuBose 




Woodbury Rinker 


Pete Burgamy 




Thomas Ergle 


Sam Dillender 




David Barnes 


Dan Hall 




Tunney Bowman 


Walter Brandenburg 


Richard Pinder 


Bill Drew 




Ed Cawley 


Ed Wright 




R. B. Anderson 


Freddy Walters 








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MEMBERS 

Joe Nixon 
Warren Blanchard 
Joe Bailey 
Bill Maden 
Lewis Powell 
Robert Parrish 
Raymond Walters 
Bervl Tannenbaum 
Lamar Murray 






OFFICERS 

Inman Phillips, President 
Mickey Satcher, Vice-President 
Al Phillips. Secretary 
Bobby Ansley, Treasurer 
Ronald Galloway, Chaplain 
J. S. Reiser. Adviser 



REISER 




The purpose of the newly-reactivated Rho Chi pre-medical fraternity is, as in the past, to better acquaint 
its members with the medical profession. This is accomplished by programs concerning some phase of the 
medical profession and by occasional talks by doctors and medical students. 



DIVERSIFIED COOPERATIVE TRAINING CLUB 




McGAHEE 



BENSON 




REESE 



Landon Aldridge 
Bobby Banks 
Leon Barton 
limmie Beatse 
Bobby Beck- 
Robert Bridges 
William Broadwater 
Pete Calamas 
Ed Cawley 
Donald Cheeks 
Henry Cook 
Claud Cooper 
Shelton Eubanks 



Jack Hixon 
William Hundley 
Paul Simon 
Roy Irby 
Calvin Johnson 
Robert Lamb 
John Logan 
Hugh Lord 
Tom Marsh 
Ted Mathis 
Elvin McDonald 
Furman Padgett 
Robert Padgett 



James Patrick 
James Pollock 
Randolph Prescott 
Cleon Price 
Jimmie Proctor 
Charles Reid 
Wayne Rhodes 
James Smith 
Charles Spence 
Jimmie Stewart 
James Thomas 
William Thompson 
Donald Williams 



OFFICERS 

Albert McGahee, President 
Thurman Adams, Vice J President 
Bobby Lee, Secretary 
[niard Gibbs, Secretary 
Cobby Benson, Treasurer 
J. W. Thomas, Reporter 
Lewis E. Reese, Adviser 




OFFICERS 




Marion Smith, President 
William Nelson, Vice-President 
Sonny Reid, Treasurer 
James Mitchell, Reporter 
Ri ibert Mc( !ee, Secretary 

E. M. I [orne, Ad\ iser 
R. L. Luckey, Adviser 



MEMBERS 



Left to right: Robert McGee. Secretary, James Mitchell, Reporter, Sonny Reid. 
Treasurer; (Standing) R. L. Luckey, Adviser, Wiliam Nelson. Vice-President, 
Marion Smith. President. 



The Future Farmers of America, or FFA as it is usually 
known, is a national organization of boys studying vocational 
agriculture in high school. The object and aims of the society 
are essentially this: t" help a farm boj to help himself. By 
participating in its varied activities a member learns more 
about the vocation of farming, develops his own capacities, 
cultivates an interest in his community, and gets a better un- 
derstanding of national problems involving the business of 
farming. 



James Willingham 

vonald Jacksi in 

ulian Clark 
Joe I lughes 
(iuy Atkins 
Eugene Adams 
Joe ( lawley 

Vnson ( 'larke 
Floyd Chancey 
Robert I lozier 
Walter Gaskill 
ild Gibbs 
Tommie • Ireene 
\ ernon I tarrell 
Frank Howard 
Fred Jarrell 
James Jeff coat 
Claude Kej 
Larry King 
Frank Matthews 
William Morris 
Edward Portwood 
Everett Scarborough 



Elliott Stanford 
Billy Turner 
■ i i it ge Welch 

I >a\ id Smith 
Jimmie Terrel 
1 larold Adams 
( Hey Anderson 
( arl Bagby 
B. bb) ladle 
Stanley I lorn 
Warren liuhanks 
Robert < jibbs 
L. V. Jeffcoat 
Ralph Mason 
James Morris 
Ronnie N'ix 
[ames Patterson 
William Sikes 
J. C. Sims 
Tom Stanford 
Ted Stewart 
Lamar Storey 




GOLD "R" SOCIETY 



HAIR 





Honor points for membership in this society may 
be earned in scholarship and student activities. To 
be eligible for membership, a candidate must have 
a total of twelve points distributed in each of the 
two main fields. The conduct record and char- 
acter of each candidate must l>e approved by the 
II' n. irs i ..mmiltee. 



KELLY 




MURPHEY 



MEMBERS 

II. Russell Hair 
Richard J. Kelly 
Paul W. Murphcy 
Herman J. Oellerich 
Bobby Rouse 




OELLERICH 



PHI THETA KAPPA 




Membership in Phi Theta Kappa, a national honor- 
ary fraternity, is limited to those Junior College 
students who have completed three semesters' work 
wih a grade average of 90 or better. 




OFFICERS 

Bobby Ansley, President 
Rosemary Radford, Vice-President 
Howard Jolles, Secretary-Treasurer 



John Cumbee 
VVm. H. Fleming 
Brian Merry 
James Price 
Mary Smith 



Faculty Adviser 



C. H. Mitchell 



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Augusta, Georgia 





HERMAN OELLERICH 

PLUMBING — HEATING 

INSTALLATION AND REPAIRS 
Dial 3-7077 — 3-7584 



AUGUSTA FOUNDRY 

Gray Iron — Semi - Steel 

Brass and Aluminum 
Castings 

1415 McCauley Street Dial 2-8025 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



Q>ieeto F l Qala<j,e 



COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRING 



125 FIFTH STREET PHONE 2-6455 





Compliments 
of 






SUPPLIES 

l BUILDING MATERIAL i 

^ 525 FIFTEENTH ST. ^ 











Compliments 
of 



J. H. MILLER, Inc. 



916 Greene Street 



Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments 



of 



HOWARD LUMBER CO. 

1900 Milledgeville Road Augusta, Ga. 

Dial 2-7870 — 2-4078 




Compliments 
of 



Davison's Auto Service 



123 - 7th Street 



Augusta, Georgia 



BEST WISHES 
of 



STANDARD BAG CO. 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



RUBEN'S 

916-18 BROAD STREET 

Complete Outfitters for the 
Entire Family 

Augusta's Only Home Owned 
Department Store 



Department 




Store 



EXTENDS BEST WISHES 

FOR CONTINUED SUCCESS! 

BELK'S IS HEADQUARTERS 

in Augusta for the Well Dressed 
College Boy or Girl! 



SOUTHERN RADIO CO. 



320 - 9th Street 



Dial 2-7271 



"If We Can't Fix It — Throw It Away" 

EXPERT RADIO SERVICE 

Tubes — Parts 

W. J. POOSER, Jr. Augusta, Ga. 



A, ROY KROUSE 

JEWELER 

EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING 

Located 

Augusta Sporting Goods Co. 

210 - 8th Street 

Phone 2-3444 Augusta, Ga. 




SALES & SERVICE 

HENRY DARLING, Inc. 

533 Broad Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 
R. E. Blanchard and R. H. Madebach 

Kings Way Pharmacy, Inc. 

2113 Kings Way 



Maxwell 


Brothers 


FURNITURE 


FRIGIDAIRES — 


PHILCO RADIOS 


DRAPERIES 


EXPERIENCED INTERIOR 


DECORATING SERVICE 


Phone 


2-5526 


933 Broad Street 


Augusta, Georgia 




Compliments 

CARR'S 



960 Broad Street 
Phone 4-5531 



Compliments of 



KNIGHTS PHARMACY 



J. T. Matheny, Proprietor 



Southern Lubricating Co. 



1460 Ellis Street 



VALVOLINE 



CITIES SERVICE 



Frank's Electric Company 

Electrical Contractors — Electrical Appliances 

Phone 2-0578 1977 Savannah Road 

Augusta. Georgia 



2 PERCENT INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS 

DEPOSITS INSURED UP TO $5,000 

INTEREST COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY 

Realty Savings Bank 

(Augustas Only Bank Exclusively for Savings Depositors) 

MEMBER F. D. I. C. 

827 BROAD STREET AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 




WALKER -DURANT 
MOTOR COMPANY 

"Your Ford Dealer" 

FORD CARS — TRUCKS — TRACTORS 

Sales and Service 



Broad at 14th Street 



Phone 2-5371 



"Standard" 

CLASS RINGS 

For 

RICHMOND ACADEMY 

(Any Graduating Year) 
Write: 

H. C. CANFIELD 



1560 N. Decatur Road 



Atlanta, Ga. 



— Manufactured By ■ 



HERFF-JONES COMPANY 

Also — COMPLETE LINE OF 

Diplomas — Caps and Gowns — Medals 

Trophies — Invitations Cards 



MILLER -ADAMS, Inc. 



OFFICE SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT 



805 Reynolds Street 



Augusta, Georgia 



E. J. McMAHON & CO. 

Plumbing and Heating Contractors 

INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRS 

Call Us For Estimates — No Obligation 

855 Walker Street Phone 2-9912 

Augusta. Georgia 



ELLIOTT SONS 



Compliments 
of 



HOTEL RICHMOND 



SATCHER COMPANY 

Complete Line 

BUILDING MATERIAL 

SUPPLIES 

629 10th Street Phone 2-5636 

Augusta, Georgia 




Drink 



ROYAL CROWN 

Bee. U.S. Pat. Off. 

COLA 



BEST BY TASTE TEST 



THE VARSITY DRIVE - IN 



Gwinnett at Druid Park 



PIT BAR -B Q. OUR SPECIALTY 



Compliments 
of 



HERBERT McMICHAEL 

GROCERIES — MEATS 
Phone 3-7837 1905 Walton Way 



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MPHNV 



Exclusive Distributors 

ACADEMY AND JUNIOR COLLEGE ATHLETIC WEAR 

GOLF, TENNIS, BASKETBALL AND FOOTBALL SUPPLIES 

210 - 212 EIGHTH STREET PHONE 2-6007 



BECKUM & JONES 

Watches — Silverware — Diamonds 

Sales and Service 

M. A. Beckum W. C . Jones 

Phone 2-6707 



PERKINS LUMBER CO. 

LUMBER 

BUILDING MATERIAL — MILLWCRK 

DOORS — SASH 
618 Thirteenth St. Augusta, Ga. 



CONGRATULATIONS 

and 

BEST WISHES 

BUSH'S FLORIST 



111 Pine Grove Ave. 



1106 Broad St. 



WIN -DO -LUXE VENETIAN BLINDS 

RICHMOND 
VENETIAN BLIND CO. 

1775 Kissingbower Road Phone 3-8286 

Augusta, Georgia 



PATRONIZE 



Augusta Ice & Coal Company 



100" HOME INDUSTRY 



Compliments of 

HULL, WILLINGHAM, TOWILL and NORMAN 
Attorneys - at - Law 



MARGARET LOTZ 
-Specialty Shop- 

DIAL 2-5937 
827 Greene Street Auguaa, Ga. 



Compliments of 

MANGET BROTHERS 

COTTON 
Augusta, Georgia 




Compliments of 



GEO. C. BAIRD & CO. 



Augusta. Georgia 



Compliments of 

CHARLES HARMON 

GOLF PROFESSIONAL 

At Augusta Country Club 



Compliments 
of 

VALLEY COACHES 
& RADIO CABS 

Augusta. Georgia 



COLLEGE PHARMACY 

DRUGS PRESCRIPTIONS 

Telephone 3-3687 1801 Walton Way 

Augusta. Georgia 



J. B. WHITE'S 



A.R.C. andJ.CA. GRADUATES OF '49 



J. B. White's, whose Small Profit Margin Policy has made it Augusta's lead- 
ing department store, salutes the 1949 graduates of Richmond Academy and 
Junior College uf Augusta, leading citizens of the Augusta of tomorrow. 



Compliments of 


PHILLIPS & WILLS1 FMTIJRE (II. 


971 BRCAD STREET AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Compliments of 

SOUTHERN FINANCE 
CORPORATION 

"REALTORS' 

Loans, Real Estate, Rents 

and Insurance 



All Your Clothes 
Should Go To 

SNOW'S 

LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING 

1384 Greene Street 



LILY TULIP CUP CORP. 



MAKERS OF 



PAPER DRINKING CUPS AND FOOD 
CONTAINERS 



1550 Wri~htsb:ro Road 



Phone 3-2214 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 




Compliments of 

McCOY MOTOR COMPANY 

1121-25 Reynolds Street Phone 2-1796 



Compliments of 

HARLEY'S GROCERY 

2102 Central Avenue 
Phones: 3-4419 — 3-4410 



CHARLES FULCHER 
AND HIS ORCHESTRA 

FULCHER VIOLIN and PIANO SHOP 
339 Ellis Street Phone 2-8595 



Compliments of 

League, Duvall & Powell, Inc. 

William J. Kelly, ..President 

F. H. A. LOANS 

REAL ESTATE AND 

GENERAL INSURANCE 

Augusta, Georgia 



Where Quality, Accuracy and Fair 
Policy Prevail 

TWIGGS 



PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS 

To Eye Physicians 

Augusta, Georgia 



EASTERN MOTOR CO. 



'YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALER" 



595 Broad Street 



Augusta, Ga. 



MARKS HEATING & AIR 
CONDITIONING CO. 

We Specialize in the Following: 

HEATING and AIR CONDITIONING 

Both Domestic and Commercial 

HOT POINT ELECTRICAL 
APPLIANCES 

Your Dependable Service Man 

Phone 2-3645 

702 Twiggs St. Augusta, Ga. 







i 

N 
C. 


RED LION GRILL 




AUGUSTA'S FINEST 


Home of the "Thing" 






DINNER RESTAURANT 


SOUTHS FINEST 






1934 Walton Way 


DRIVE-IN REST 




Greene at East Boundary 




HUGH and AR1 


'HUR GREENE 



Compliments of 



SCROGGS & EWING 



Compliments 
of 



MULHERIN LUMBER CO. 



BOARDMAN MOTOR CO. 



STUDEBAKER 



7th & Reynolds 



Phone 2-9966 



Compliments 
of 



S. H. KRESS & COMPANY 
5c -10c -25c Store 



834 Broad Street 



Augusta, Ga. 




SMOAK'S BAKERY 

HOMEMADE BREAD. CAKES 
AND PIES 

Dial 3-5931 2108 Central Ave. 

Dial 3-2391 1907 Walton Way 



BERNARD'S 



DRAPERIES SLIP COVERS 

YARD GOODS CURTAINS 

976 Broad Street Augusta, Ga. 

Telephone 2-3069 



Compliments of 



THE MOTOR SUPPLY 
COMPANY, Inc. 



Compliments of 



LEWIS BARBER SHOP 



Compliments of 



U 



MILLER THEATER 



iphi 



The South's Most Beautiful and Modern Theater 

IMPERIAL - MOD JESK A - RIALTO 
THEATERS 



THOS. H. BRITTINGHAM 
& COMPANY 

Plumbing and Heating Contractors 

919 Twelfth Street 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



GEORGIA TRUCK & 
EQUIPMENT CO., Inc. 

Distributors 

CADILLAC AUTOMOBILES and 

G.M.C. TRUCKS 

Telfair at Tenth Phone 2-6876 

Augusta, Georgia 



B. & B. LUMBER & 
SUPPLY CO. 



Phone 2-2359 



Augusta, Ga. 



BUILDING MATERIALS — LUMBER 

MILLWORK — DOORS — SASH 

Yard & Office, 1245 D'Antignac St., 

Corner 13th Street 



F. E. FERRIS & COMPANY 

"Clothes of the Better Kind for Men 
and Fashions for Youth" 

HICKEY FREEMAN 
DOBBS 
ARROW 



752 Broad Street 



Augusta, Ga. 



MEN'S WEAR 




730 BROAD STREET 



Compliments of 

Willis Irvin, Architect 

HELEN STUART IRVIN, Associate 
Architect 



722 Greene Street 



Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 

EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. 

"Complete Household Furnishings" 
1201 - 03 Broad St. Dial 2-5435 




SPORTING GOODS 
Photographic Supplies 

BOWEN BROS. 

"Since 1849" 
905 Broad Street Augusta, Ga. 



LAKE VIEW PHARMACY 

SUMERAU'S 

Phone 3-4495 

1800 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments 



of 



RIVERSIDE MILL 



Success 




and 



Congratulations 






to the 



QRADS o 




Whatever your destination — college, technical 
school or business — we wish you one and all lots 
of good luck and success throughout your entire 
career. 



Georgia Railroad Bank €r Trust Company 

The Citizens <S- Southern National Bank 

The National Exchange Bank of Augusta 

Georgia Railroad Bank €r Trust Company 

Uptown Branch 



A 



HUNDRED AND LIGHT YEARS 
OF BAKING EXCELLENCE 



* 



ClauSSeriS 

Bread 




FAVORED OVER A <===== ^W*fc^ YEARS 




COMMERCIAL CREDIT 
CORPORATION 



- Loans - 



Auto 



Furniture 



Compliments 

of 

WHITE'S PRODUCTS CO. 



Compliments 

of 

W.INMAN CURRY 



Blanche Cotton Mills, Inc. 



AUGUSTA. GEORGIA 



Georgia 


Sporting 

319 - Seventh Stree 


Goods, 

t 


Inc. 




(EQUIPMENT FOR ALL 


SPORTS) 




AUGUSTA'S ONLY DEALER IN RAWLING 


and WILSON EQUIPMENT 




Dial 2-1961 







W. E. RAINES CO., Inc. 

BUILDING SPECIALTIES 

HOME EQUIPMENT 

813 Reynolds St. Phones 2-2176 — 2-0161 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



LOMBARD BRINSON 



Exclusive Men's Wear 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



SHERMAN AND 

HEMSTREET, Inc. 

Realtors 

Augusta, Georgia 



Fair - Jopling - Andrews 
Appliance Co. 

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 

DOMESTIC and COMMERCIAL 

Sales — Service 

303 - 9th Street 519 - 13th Street 

Phone 2-9854 — Phone 2-6997 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

The Buckeye Cotton Oil Co. 

— Manufacturers of — 

COTTONSEED PRODUCTS 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



SANFORD'S CHICKEN 
COOP 

STEAKS — CHICKEN — LOBSTER 
1326 Greene Street Augusta, Ga. 




Compliments 
of 

GEORGIA -CAROLINA 

WAREHOUSE and 

COMPRESS CO. 

J. D. Bartley, V. P. & Treas. 








JOHNSON'S MARKET 

QUALITY MEATS — FRESH DRESSED 
POULTRY 

2104 Central Avenue 

DIAL 3-3653 or 3-3654 




Compliments of 

T. J. CARSTARPHEN CO. 

— Wholesale — 

MELBA and JOHN RUSKIN CIGARS 

743 Greene Street 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 




Compliments 

of 
A. J. FOGEL 
B. P. MAYS 



The Furniture Market 



1019 Broad Street 



Colonial 






Compliments of 

DIXIE COAL COMPANY 

QUALITY 

COAL — FUEL OIL 

1370 Greene Street Dial 2-6677 



Murphey - Weatherf ord 
Plumbing & Heating Co. 

412 Ninth Street Phone 2-8556 

Augusta, Georgia 



C&npaiuhihns fa the C^ $s & l '49 



Davison's will be ready to serve you for your 
college clothes are career wardrobe just as we 
have with each previous graduation . . . 
from tiny tot through pigtailers and teens. 



1)^M 




Our New Store 

One of the Finest in 
the South 

864 Broad 



Murphy Stationery Co. 

SOCIAL AND COMMERCIAL 
STATIONERY 



718 Broad Street 



Dial 2-2122 



Compliments of 
WYKE C. IVEY, Jr. 

W. C. IVEY COAL CO. 

40 Years of Serving Augusta 

GOOD COAL AT ALL TIMES 

1009 Roberts Street 

Dial 2-8218 Augusta, Ga. 



CENTRAL CLEANERS 

608 Broad Street Augusta, Georgia 

SUB STATION — PARTRIDGE INN 

"Where Good Cleaning is Not Expensive" 

5 YEAR WRITTEN GUARANTEE 

WATERPROOFING MOTHPROOFING 



Developing — Printing — Enlarging 

N & W Camera Exchange 

"EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC" 

Cameras — Photo Supplies — Accessories 
Movie Equipment 

Dial 2-4057 220 Eigth Street 

Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 



THE AUGUSTA HERALD 



An Independent Newspaper 



AUGUSTA OWNED -AUGUSTA EDITED 




CALL ME AT THE — 

RECREATION CENTER 

"Finest In The South" 

Charlie Naomi. Owner 

708 Broad Street Augusta, Ga. 



WOODWARD MOTOR 
SALES 

1002 Greene Street Phone 4-3005 

WE BUY— TRADE— AND SELL ALL 

MAKES AND MODELS OF CARS 

AND TRUCKS 

'Where Your Patronage Is Appreciated" 



— IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL — 

GET YOUR HAIRCUTS AND SHINES 
AT THESE BARBER SHOPS: 

212 Seventh Street 

213 Sixth Street 

1147 Broad Street 

"Service With a Smile" 



BRIGHAM'S 

COMPLETE FOOD STORES 
1732 Broad Street 
2108 Broad Street 



Compliments of 

SIG COX 

Refrigerating — Air Conditioning 

1565 Broad St. Phone 2-3556 

Augusta, Georgia 



KAISER 



FRAZER 



McDonald & Weathersbee 
Motors, Inc. 



Ill - 5th Street 



Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 

HOUSTON 
ICE AND COAL CO. 

13th and D'Antignac Streets 

BEST GRADES — COAL and COKE 
BLOCKED and CRUSHED ICE 

Prompt Delivery 




BOTTLING COMPANY OF AUGUSTA 



PHONE 2-4252 



SMOKE 

HAV - A -TAMPA 



CIGARS 



JOHN J. MILLER CO. 
Distributor 



Compliments 



J. C. PENNEY CO. 

840 Broad Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments 
of 

HARDY'S CLEANERS 

"The Bright Spot in Cleaning" 
1803 Walton Way 



HAGLER TRUCK CO. 








Local Finance Company 

LTD. 

4 MASONIC BUILDING 

(First Floor Lobby) 

Phone 2-7161 Augusta. Ga. 



BICYCLES — MOTORBIKES 
MOTORCYCLES 

R. L. SUMERAU & SON 



1248 Broad St. 



Dial 2-5301 



Compliments 
of 



Southeastern Fur Company 



Skinner Auto Supply Co. 



564 Broad Street 



Augusta, Ga. 



Phone 2-2601 



REAL ESTATE SALES — LOANS 
INSURANCE 

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 
Over 31 Year's Experience 

Blanchard & Calhoun 
Realty Company 



Augusta, Ga. 



Dial 2-6621 



Carey F. Weathers 
Transfer & Storage Co. 

Local and Long Distance Moving 

Operating in 28 States 

A COMPLETE MOVING SERVICE 

1268 Druid Park Ave. Phone 3-2211 



Sikes 


Coal 


& 


Coke 


Co. 




Established 


1884 




WRIGHTSBORO AT 15th STREET 



Ladies Smart Apparel — Exclusive Millinery 

SIMON'S STYLE CENTER 

211 Ninth Street Telephone 2-8475 

Augusta, Georgia 

Just Off Broad 



Wm. Schweigert Co. 

— JEWELERS — 

GIFTS — NOVELTIES — CHINA 

GLASSWARE 

846 BROAD STREET 



FUEL OIL 

LUBRICATING OILS 

LUBRICATING GREASES 
SANITARY SUPPLIES 
CHEMICALS 

PHOENIX OIL CO. 

625 - 5th Street Phone 2-5321 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Compliments 
of 

WARE BUICK COMPANY 

627 Broad Street Augusta, Ga. 

Phone 2-5395 



RITZ GRILL 

STEAKS — CHOPS — FRIED CHICKEN 

Phone 2-9252 

Under New Management 

Corner 8th and Ellis St. Augusta. Ga. 






Portrait* £y, 

BREAULT 

a c4re J^aAting yitemorieJ ' 

Portraits - Home Portrait s - Weddings - Commercial 

BREAULT'S STUDIO 
916 Greene Street 
Augusta, Ga. 




Heating 



Rock Wool Insulation 



Built Up Roofing 



Modern Roofing & Metal 
Works, Inc. 

THE BEST IN ROOFING AND 

SHEET METAL WORK 

930 Walker Street Phone 2-6462 

AUGUSTA. GEORGIA 



Compliments 
of 



HARRISON Advertising 
Agency 



Herald Building 



Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments 
of 



TOWN TAVERN 



WGAC 



58 ON YOUR DIAL 



The Favorite 

Station of 

A.R.C. and Junior College Students 

Now and all thru the years 

to come 



TAKE A TIP 

FROM THE CHEF 

USE 




FAMOUS GEORGIA HASH 



and 



BRUNSWICK STEW 

FOR DELICIOUS MEALS— 

—AND SO EASY TO PREPARE 

Castleberry's Food Co. 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 




For the Treat of Your Life 
Enjoy— 



€anckehV 
ICECREAM x 



McElmurray Furniture Co. 



FURNITURE THAT ENDURES 



923 Broad Street 



Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 

Morgan Truck & Tractor 
Company 

INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 

FARMALL TRACTORS 

101 - 7th Street Augusta, Ga. 



GEORGIA | RO H U1DRK5 CD. 



Compliments 
of 



H. SHMERLING, Jeweler 



910 Broad Street 



Stark Empire Laundry 




CASH AND CARRY SERVICE 
Delivery Service Phone 3-3611 




Compliments 

Silver's Music Department 

906 Broad Street 
Augusta, Georgia 

Latest Recordings By Top Artists 
Sheet Music — Accessories 



GILBERT FURNITURE CO. 

"Complete Household Furnishings'' 

Phone 2-2021 1007 Broad Street 

Augusta, Georgia 



THE 
MILK BAR 

FOUNTAIN SERVICE 

SANDWICHES 

TASTE -RITE ICE CREAM 

AUGUSTA, DAIRIES, Inc. 



To The Hull 


OF 


The Academy of Richmond County 


(Founded 1785) 


^fteetinqs 


FROM 


THE AUGUSTA CHRONICLE 


"The South's Oldest Newspaper" 


Established 1785 



Compliments of 






952 Broad Street 



Augusta, Ga. 



LITTLE RED HEN GRILL 



"Just a Little Different" 



Phone 6-1701 



2130 Cenrtal Ave. 



W, T. GRANT CO. 



KNOWN FOR VALUES 



930 Broad Street 



Compliments of 



Gregory's Barber Shop 



213 -8th Street 




Groceries, Fresh Meats, and Vegetables 

EUBANKS & HILL 
FOOD STORE 



Dial 2-8494 



848 - 9th Street 



AUTO SUPPLY CO. 

COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP SERVICE 

Phones 2-7223 — 2-7210 
214-18 Sixth Street Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments 



of 



HARRIS, CHANCE and 

Mccracken 



Compliments 
of 

HARRISONS TRANSFER 
COMPANY 



The pause that refreshes 




■ OTUED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY 



AUGUSTA COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Compliments 
of 



SIMKINS SEED COMPANY 



987 Broad Street 
Dial 2-8157 



DESOTO 



PLYMOUTH 



AUTHORIZED 
SALES — SERVICE 

Garrison - Roberts Motors, 
Inc, 

111-115 Eighth Street 
Augusta, Ga. Phone 4-1424 




SCOTT'S MEAT MARKET 



LYNWOOD SCOTT, Prop. 



- Featuring - 



Native and Western Meats Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 
Poultry and Seafood Groceries 



313 - 8th Street 



Phones 2-6496-2-6497 




Compliments of 

LEWIS YOUNGBLOOD 
SERVICE STATION 

SINCLAIR STATION 
Corner 13th and Broad 



Compliments of 



Electrical Equipment Co. 



624 Ellis Street 



Phone 2-6686 



Compliments of 



INTERSTATE 



COFFEE CO 



AUGUSTA PAPER CO. 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

CORRUGATED & FOLDING BOXES 

AND SPECIALTIES 



6th and Reynolds 



Phone 2-2696 



AUGUSTA RADIO CO. 

RADIOS — HOME APPLIANCES 
PHONOGRAPH RECORDS 

'Augusta's Largest Record Department" 
855 Broad Street 



BENTLEY BROTHERS 

FURNITURE 
COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS 

The Store of Friendly Service 
Bread at 11th Streets Phone 2-5309 



BASSFORD MOTOR 
COMPANY 

844 Reynolds Sreet 
Phone 2-8921 

BE SMART — RIDE A CUSHMAN 
MOTOR SCOOTER TO SCHOOL 

Distributors: All Kinds 

Mercury Canoes Boats 

Outboard Motors and Cruisers 




Truluck 


Candy Company 






DISTRIBUTOR 




LAYS 




Chips, 

2110 C 


Sandwiches, 

entral Av'enue 


Peanuts 



After the game meet me at — 

FOSKOSKIE'S DRIVE-IN 

W. O. (Buck) Rushton, Prop. 

CHICKEN & STEAKS OUR SPECIALTY 

SANDWICHES AND SOFT DRINKS 
Dial 2-9216 Curb Service 



Gardner Byrd 



Harvey Arrington 



B. & A. AUTO SALES 

USED CARS 

BOUGHT — SOLD AND TRADED 

EASY TERMS 



Dial 2-4144 1203 Reynolds St. 

Augusta, Georgia 



THE JONES FURNITURE 
COMPANY 

Established 1896 
1010 BROAD STREET 
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



DIAL 2-5588 
DIXIE CAB SERVICE 

Two - Way Radio Equipped 

"POSITIVELY WHITE ONLY" 

553 Ellis Street Augusta, Ga. 




•THE SOUTHS OLDEST NURSERY" 



FRUITLAND NURSERIES 



"EVERYTHING THAT'S BEAUTIFUL" 



Compliments of 



CONSUMER'S FEED & 
SEED CO. 



Compliments of 



Warren Walker, Jeweler 



DIAMONDS- 



CRYSTAL 

SILVER 



CHINA— 



831 Broad Street 



Phone 2-7447 



This Georgia-Pacific Trademark 







Identifies Some of the World's Finest 

PLYWOOD 

LIMBER 

TIMBER PRODUCTS 




si-- 



Georgia-Pacific Plywood £ Luhiber Co. 

GENERAL OFFICES: AUGUSTA. GA . U. S A. . 



LET YOUR HOME REFLECT 

GRACIOUSNESS AND CHARM 



SOUTH'S 

LEADING 

HOME 

FURNISHERS 



719 BROAD STREET 




WE 

INVITE 

YOUR 

ACCOUNT 



DIAL 2-9029 



DORIS JEWELERS 



"THE HOUSE OF STERLING" 



JERNIGAN HARDWARE 
CO. 

RETAIL — WHOLESALE 
1033 Broad Street 922 Walker St. 



#Utr<%Z*gfaf& 



#ne. 



COMPLETE OFFICE OUTFITTERS 



745 Ellis Street 



Augusta, Georgia 



Art Metal Steel Office Equipment 




"Since 1889" 

AUGUSTA LUMBER CO. 

BUILDING MATERIAL 
LUMBER — MILLWORK 

Dial 2-1813 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



GRAHAM U -DRIVE IT 



Phone 2-6408 - 09 



828 Ellis Street 



Compliments of 

McLELLAN'S STORES 
COMPANY 

Friendly Service 






I 




STRUCTURAL TILE 



mm ims. brick & mi: en. 



Established 1899 



Masonic Bldg. 



Augusta, Georgia 





COMPLIMENTS AND BEST WISHES 
OF 


BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF ROADS AND REVENUES 




RICHMOND COUNTY 




David F. Franklin, Chairman 


P. L. Bowers 


James P. Walker 


L. B. Furtick 


Frank H. Pierce, Co. Attorney 


Scott Nixon 


Chas. S. Bohler, Jr., Clerk 




S. ALLEN COHEN 

INSURANCE — REAL ESTATE 

LIFE — FIRE — CASUALTY 

751 Reynolds Street Augusta, Ga. 

Phone 2-2731 



MR. JOE'S LOAN OFFICE 

E. B. Florie 

Headquarters For 

SPORTING GOODS AND 

FISHING TACKLE 

1124-26 Broad Street 



McKIE'S GARAGE 

RADIATORS 
TRUCKS — CARS — PARTS 

518 Thirteenth Street Augusta, Ga. 

Phone 2-0476 



HARPER BROTHERS 

PICTURE FRAMES 
Art Material and Pictures 



426 Eighth Street 



Dial 2-6907 




Augusta Roofing and 
Metal Works, Inc. 



Roofing 

Insulation and Sheet Metal Work 

of Every Description 

"It Costs No More to Get the Best" 

623 Reynolds Street 
Phones 2-2318 — 2-4793 



C. H. Cohen 



A. Cohen 




124 8th Street Phones 2-5377 - 2-5378 

IF IT IS GOOD INSURANCE. . . 

WE SELL IT 




COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

BOYS' 

CATHOLIC 

HIGH SCHOOL 



COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION 



AUTOMATIC OIL, COAL and GAS HEATING SYSTEMS 



AIR-CONDITIONING 



Richmond Appliance Company 



1278 Broad Street 



Phone 2-3910 




Central (bavbzn florist 

"Say It With Flowers" 
THE CAMPUS FLORIST 



2050 Walton Way 



Dial 3-4464 



HITT'S AUTO SERVICE 

For 
Dependable Guaranteed Repairs 

Phone 2-0603 

20 McCartan St. — Rear 935 Reynolds St. 
Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 



Wilensky's Bargain House 

Specializing in Boy's 

Military Shirts, Pants, Shoes, 

Hats and Accessories 



1047 Broad Street 



Phone 2-9986 



DR. JOHX W. BRITTIXGHAM 
CHARLES T. HALL. D.D.S. 
DR. C. M. TEMPLETOX 
A DOCTOR FRIEXD 
A DOCTOR FRIEXD 
A DOCTOR FRIEXD 
A DOCTOR FRIEXD 
A DOCTOR FRIEXD 
A DOCTOR FRIEXD 
A DOCTOR FRIEXD 





COMPLIMENTS 






AUTHORIZED 




LINCOLN 






MERCURY 




SALES 


SERVICE 






GENUINE 


PARTS 




Southern 


Motors, 


Inc. 


119 Ninth 5 


Street 


Augusta, Georgia 






Phone 2-0433 






Rainbow Department Store 

Leon Ghitter, Prop. 

GENT'S READY-TO-WEAR 

FRIEDMAN-SHELBY SHOES FOR THE 

ENTIRE FAMILY 



1044 Broad Street 



Augusta, Ga. 



WHEN YOU GOTTA GO. 

CALL JOE 
2-7711 

Two Way Radio System 
WHITE ONLY 



FOR BEST RESULTS — CALL HULSE 



HULSE LAUNDRY, Inc. 



"JUST A GOOD ONE" 



3-4451 



PHONES 



2-2460 



LAUNDERERS CLEANERS 



SIDNEY SMITH PAPER COMPANY 

562 Reynolds Street — Dial 2-636(0 
PAPER CUPS — NAPKINS — TOILET TISSUE 
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 
Distributors for E-Z Opener Bag Co. 



"DISPENSING EXCLUSIVELY FOR 
THE EYE PHYSICIAN" 

MURPHY & ROBINSON 



Prescription Opticians 

MEMBER OPTICIANS GUILD 

Lobby S.F.C. Bldg. Dial 2-5641 



Mulherin-O'Connor Roofing 
Co., Inc. 

842 Reynolds Street — Phone 2-0968 

ROOFING— INSULATION— WEATHER 
STRIPPING 

HEATING — METAL WORK 

We Sell The Best and Repair The Rest 



Feedright Milling Company 

Lock Drawer 740 

For The Discriminating Buyer 



Highest Quality 




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Feeders & Growers Exchange, Inc. 



BULBS 



FEEDS - SEEDS - BABY CHICKS 

209 - 219 11th Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



SHRUBBERY 




GRADUATING 
CLASS 1949 



To you. Sears offers heartiest congratula- 
tions and best of luck in your endeavors, what- 
ever they may be. May we all offer a prayer 
of thanks that we do have an America — a 
Country founded for freedom, dedicated fc 
freedom. A country where you have the lib- 
erty to learn, work, play, and worship as you 
wish. 

Remember, you are always welcome at 
Sears, your friendly family store in Augusta, 
where— "GOOD QUALITY COSTS YOl 
LESS". 

Sears Roebuck and Co. 

•AUGUSTA, GE( IRGIA 



JohnF.Brickle&Co. 

BICYCLES — LAWN MOWERS 

PARTS & REPAIRS 

OHMER CASH REGISTERS 

226 - 9th Street Dial 2-0437 



DAVISON'S DRIVE-IN 

"Home of the Cheese Dog" 

Open 10 a.m. — 2 a. ra. 

501 - 15th Street 

DELIVERY SERVICE 

Phone 2-3128 




CLARK MILLING CO. 

AUGUSTA. GEORGIA 

Manufacturers of 

Early Breakfast Self Rising Flour 

Old Fashioned Water Ground Meal 

'Milled Up to a Standard, 

Not Down to a Price' 



DANSBY BROTHERS CO. 

PLUMBING AND HEATING 
CONTRACTORS 



Specializing in Repairs and Alterations 

1202 D'Antignac St. Dial 2-5723 

Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 

BEARINGS, PARTS & 
SUPPLY CO. 

"Established 1921' 

DISTRIBUTORS OF AUTOMOTIVE 

PARTS, SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT 

Phones 2-5361 & 2-5362 

630 Ellis Stret Augusta, Georgia 



COMMERCIAL PRINTING COMPMY 

u ^tanuiactureri 0/ Modern Printing 

Dial 2-6416 747 ELLIS STREET Augusta, Ga. 



Smith Brothers, Agents 

1027 Broad Street Phone 2-4243 

Augusta, Georgia 

Hotel and Restaurant Equipment. Hobart 
Food Preparing Machines. Dayton Scales. 
Biro Electrical Meat Saws. Commercial Re- 
frigerators. 



Compliments 
of 



Unity Super Market 



Motor Service & Parts 
Co, 

551 Ellis Street Augusta. Ga. 

Dial 4-4345 — 4-4346 



KAM LEE LAUNDRY 

214- 7th Street 
Augusta, Georgia 
Phone 2-8414 
CASH and CARRY 




Compliments 
of 



JOHN D. CURTIS 



Richmond Motor Company 

CHRYSLER — PLYMOUTH 

Phone 4-5551 

951 - 53 - 55 Greene Street 

AUGUSTA. GEORGIA 



Compliments 
of 

NORVELL CABINET CO. 

CHINA BUFFETS — CABINET CASES 
CHINA CABINETS — LINEN CABINETS 

P. O. Box 382 Augusta, Ga. 

Phone 2-2512 



PEACOCK & ROBINSON 

7th & Ellis Streets Phone 2-9244 

Open 7 A M. until 11 P. M. 



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